ECB Worried About Fed-Driven Crash
What keeps European central bankers awake at night? Worries about their American colleagues.
60% of Financial Sector Has Government Backing: Richmond Fed
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s “bailout barometer” says the government's safety net reaches $26 trillion — far beyond U.S. GDP.
Bill Gross: Bund ‘Short of a Lifetime’ Was Right Trade, Wrongly Executed
The Janus bond manager acknowledges trouble executing his infamous German bund trade but thinks he can get it right next time.
Get Ready for a Decade of 1% Annual Returns: Research Affiliates
Research Affiliates agrees with Larry Summers' argument that the U.S. is facing secular stagnation and years of weak demand and slow growth.
GMO: Monetary Policy Is ‘The Greatest Con Ever Perpetuated’
GMO's James Montier chides policymakers for devoting attention to "a make-believe concept" while ignoring a tool that could reignite economic growth.
On Economy, Wall Street Sulks as Main Street Exults
A new BofA Merrill report says go to cash while a broad-based sentiment survey shows small businesses feeling upbeat.
What Investors Don’t Know Will Hurt Them Most
Tocqueville Asset Management founder Francois Sicart warns that the 36-year bull market in bonds means most market participants have no professional memory of rising rates.
Fidelity: How Big, Cheap and Active Beats Passive
A basis point here, a basis point there, and pretty soon you’re talking real money.
Lou Harvey: Looking for Mr. Dalbar—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
The wizard behind the curtain of the ubiquitous research firm helped popularize behavioral finance and keeps the industry on top of important issues.
Advisor Helps Divorcing Women, Extends Franchise Nationwide
Candace Bahr has helped more than 10,000 women over the years through divorce workshops, while building a female-oriented niche business with $114 million in AUM.