DOW JONES NEWSWIRES LAUNCHES NEWS SERVICE FOR FINANCIAL ADVISORS.
Dow Jones Newswires Dow Jones Newswires is the real-time financial news organization owned by Dow Jones. Founded in 1882, its primary competitors are Bloomberg L.P. and Reuters. The company reports more than 420,000 subscribers -- including brokers, traders, analysts and fund managers -- as of July has launched Dow Jones Dow Jones
the best known of several U.S. indexes of movements in price on Wall Street. [Am. Hist.: Payton, 202]
See : Finance Financial Advisor Service, a news service designed for Web sites which target and serve independent financial planners, advisors, and mutual fund and financial planning Financial planning
Evaluating the investing and financing options available to a firm. Planning includes attempting to make optimal decisions, projecting the consequences of these decisions for the firm in the form of a financial plan, and then comparing future performance against organizations.
Designed to be integrated into existing information offerings, the new service provides the latest news and developments on personal finance, tax issues and the mutual fund and securities industries, and "trends and issues important to planners and advisors throughout the financial industry," Dow Jones said. Subscribers to the service also receive stock market updates with information on industry groups, news, interday commentary and world market news as well as coverage of tax legislation, estate planning Estate Planning
The overall planning of a person's wealth, including the preparation of a will and the planning of taxes after the individual's death.
Contrary to popular belief, estate planning involves much more than preparing a will, and it is not only for the issues, economic indicators Economic indicators
The key statistics of the economy that reveal the direction the economy is heading in; for example, the unemployment rate and the inflation rate. , U.S. Treasuries, the Federal Reserve and world interest rates.
Dow Jones said the make-up of the service is based on feedback received through research and focus groups conducted with financial planners. "Research shows that customers are most satisfied with their financial advisor when the advisor provides high-quality news and information."