Weekend Reads: FinTech Robo-Retirement

A new breed of robo-retirement startups have positioned themselves to take on incumbents and the $27.3T of assets held in retirement accounts.

Wealth Managers Beware: Emerging Fintechs Are Coming For Retirement Planning Next – (CB Insights)


Competition within the alternatives sector for family office investments is at an all-time high, as these investors get more comfortable with the range of assets available to them and their general understanding of alternatives rises.

What Family Offices Want From Alternatives Managers – (HVST)


Though they’re sometimes labeled as “lazy” and “entitled,” millennials are actually making significant sacrifices in order to get ahead in their careers.

32% of millennials would break up with their significant other for a $37,000 raise – (CNBC)


Rogers says the price he’s getting for milk these days is what he made several decades ago. It’s about 75 percent of what he needs just to break even. And the stress is only mounting as milk prices continue to fall, due to a global oversupply of milk, and lower prices overseas.

As Milk Prices Decline, Worries About Dairy Farmer Suicides Rise – (NPR)


For instance, a call option on SVXY with a strike price of 30 that expires in January 2020 is down more than 80 percent in early trading on Tuesday.

Volatility Options Suffer Bloodbath as ProShares Tweaks Funds – (Bloomberg)


Twitter today is publicly launching its “Bookmarks” feature, which has been in testing since late last year, following the company’s HackWeek project dubbed #SaveForLater.

Twitter launches Bookmarks, a private way to save tweets – (Tech Crunch)


It is easy to underestimate the collective influence of tons of otherwise uninfluential people

Obvious Things That Easily Escape Attention – (Collaborative Fund)


I want them to eventually use this, but my dad is going to lose his seed phrase,” she said. “The industry and the commercial market will have to recognize pragmatic application of this technology.

Experts break down future of bitcoin, blockchain in Sun-Times discussion – (Sun Times)


It’s a ledger. It’s a piece of paper. It’s a record that keeps getting updated. It’s just like a normal database. The difference is they use math called cryptography to make it more secure.

Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, and Bitcoin 101 — (RCM’s Attain Alternatives Blog


Bespoke’s interactive Trend Analyzer is the best way for investors to monitor the most widely-traded ETFs and stocks across asset classes and sectors

Trend Analyzer – (Bespoke)


The real credit belongs to all those who put their trust in RCM Alternatives. With that trust, we will continue to push forth the industry.

Thank You: RCM Wins Best Introducing Broker Award Fifth Year in a Row — (RCM’s Attain Alternatives Blog

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