How Prepared for Retirement Are American Workers?
U.S. workers’ readiness compares favorably with foreign peers — with room for improvement.
Americans Look to Family to Help Fund Their Retirement: Survey
Millennials who are counting on an inheritance may be in for a rude awakening, Natixis reports.
Where Ultra-Wealthy Put Their Money in Q1: Tiger 21
Wealthy investors’ allocation to hedge funds has hit a historic low, Tiger 21 reports.
Private Equity Is Family Offices’ Biggest Investment: Study
Some families prefer to invest directly, citing higher expected returns, Campden Wealth says.
ETFs and Cash Trump Mutual Funds in Advisor Usage
Exchange-traded funds continue to gain popularity at the expense of mutual funds among financial advisors, according to a new survey by the FPA.
Affluent Young Investors Plan to Allocate More to Advisors
Eighty-five percent of millennials in a Global X poll said Donald Trump’s election had increased the likelihood that they would work with a financial advisor.
‘Billion Dollar Club’ of Hedge Funds Swells
Investor outflows surged in 2016, but big allocators’ number and influence expanded, Preqin reported.
Millennial Donors ‘Bullish on Charities’
Here's how millennials' giving stacks up against that of older generations, according to a survey.
Managed Accounts Boost Investor Confidence, Fidelity Reports
Fidelity is introducing a new service designed to buffer against market volatility.
70% of Americans Question Financial Pros’ Trustworthiness
Investors’ knowledge of investment fees is low and odd notions are rampant, Personal Capital finds.