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Short and Sharp: Resist the temptation to trade geopolitical risk

Last week’s escalating tensions surrounding North Korea immediately affected markets. Global equities fell almost 2%, bond yields fell, credit spreads widened meaningfully, and the U.S. dollar and gold strengthened as investors went into flight-to-quality mode. The VIX, a measure of the expected turbulence of U.S. stocks implied in the price of options, reacted as well.

Posted by Seema Shah, Global Investment Strategist, Principal Global Investors on August 17, 2017

What is revenue sharing and how does it work?

That’s a great question and one I get asked frequently. It’s relatively easy to understand once you know how retirement plan fees — or 401(k) plan administrative fees — are collected. So, let’s do a quick refresher on the basics of why and how fees are collected. Why retirement plan administrative fees are collected Retirement

Posted by Andrew F. Miller, Director-Retirement Services, the Principal Financial Group, Princor Registered Representative on August 16, 2017

Embracing change and evolving business

The Pony Express is as ubiquitous in Hollywood westerns as horses and saloons.  You would think that it was a long-term fixture in the history of the western United States.  Yet, the Pony Express lasted a mere 19 months, replaced by the telegraph. The Pony Express wasn’t the first and certainly not the last business

Posted by Jerry Ripperger, VP of Consulting, the Principal Financial Group, Princor Registered Representative on August 16, 2017

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