Media pundits regularly call the current economic crisis the worst since the Great Depression. One of the few Indianapolis financial experts who’s actually qualified to make such a comparison is Donald C. “Danny” Danielson, the 89-year-old vice chairman of City Securities Corp.
If world leaders don’t quickly demonstrate the courage to stop printing money, the long term is shot. And since that courage
isn’t likely to surface anytime soon, investors should rethink traditional strategies now.
Liquidity is king! Stay away from long-term, illiquid commitments until the equity markets really flash sustained levels of
Since 1913, there has been a growing reluctance from our political leaders to allow financial setbacks in our nation to occur
in banking, and that’s been a huge mistake.
Here is something I know you don’t want to hear: This bear market isn’t over.
Newly public records suggest that securities investigators had far from an airtight insider-trading case against David Knall,
the star Indianapolis investment broker who nonetheless agreed to settle the 3-year-old inquiry by agreeing to a one-year
suspension. The Securities and Exchange Commission announced the pact Dec. 4. In addition to consenting to the suspension,
Knall, a managing partner of Stifel Nicolaus & Co., agreed to pay $123,865.