New Providers in U.S. ETF Space Set Record: ETFGI
Asset managers are tripping over themselves to get into the U.S. ETF and ETP space, according to a report released Thursday by ETFGI.
Family Wealth Advisors Struggle to Price Their Services
The lives of wealthy families have become increasingly complex, making it harder for family wealth providers to set client fees, according to a new study.
Employees With Responsible Investing Options Are Happier: Study
Employees who have access to responsible investing options in their retirement plans are more satisfied with their employers than those who don't, a Calvert study found.
7 Mistakes Investors Are Making Before Rate Hike: Natixis
With interest rates expected to rise soon, some anxious investors are making sudden portfolio changes, among other self-defeating mistakes, Natixis found in an advisor poll.
Why Largest Hedge Funds Gobble Up the Most Capital (but Not All of It)
Bigger funds have been outperforming smaller ones with less volatility, Preqin reports. But smaller funds have some advantages.
Millennial Parents Want to Save for College but Need Some Good Advice
Young parents are more ambitious than older ones when it comes to saving for their children's college education, Fidelity reports.
Hedge Fund Rollouts, Liquidations Fell in First Half
As market volatility increased, both hedge fund launches and liquidations declined through the middle of the year, Hedge Fund Research reported Tuesday.
Fifth of Boomers, Gen Xers Struggling to Move Forward After 2008 Crisis: Survey
The 2008 market crash continues to haunt a broad swath of Gen Xers and baby boomers particularly one traumatized group Allianz Life has termed “post-crash skeptics.”
Gender Differences Matter When Couples Donate to Charity
When a couple's income jumps, how is their charitable giving affected? It depends on whether the man or the woman got the raise.
IRS Removes a Tax Barrier to Impact Investing for Foundations
A foundation's mission-related investments shouldn’t automatically be taxed, the IRS says.