Why ETFs Can’t Crack the Retirement Market
The mutual fund industry is vacuuming assets with its target-date funds, while ETF providers are scaling back. But why?
Chinese Stocks: Too Hot to Handle?
A continued equity bull market in the Asian nation depends on several important catalysts.
5 ETFs to Invest in Mainland China
A new generation of Chinese ETFs with exposure to once-restricted A-shares has invaded the U.S. marketplace.
Why Bond Bears Are Wrong
Any Wall Street pro will probably tell you there’s plenty to hate about bonds. Yet doom-and-gloom forecasts for the bond market continue to be wrong.
Currency Exposure: Hedge or No Hedge?
Advisors should speak with investors about the dollar's strength — and about diversification, DeLegge writes.
Personalized Portfolios Are Under Attack
Robo-advisors and target-date funds are lulling investors into a "fairyland view of investing," and only human advisors can save them, Ron DeLegge says.
A 4-Step Investment Plan for Millennials
Young adults face tough financial challenges. Through these four simple steps, you can help address them.
3 Tips for Using Leveraged ETFs
Before jumping in, advisors and clients should do some homework on these tricky investments.
Momentum Stocks Stay in Vogue
The sectors that are hot right now suggest that investors are still happy to take risks.
Time for a BRIC Breakup
The inability of Brazil, Russia, India and China to collectively outperform peer emerging market nations indicates that something is badly amiss with the BRIC concept.