S&P Sector Performance Reflects Market’s Dim Mood
Not all stock market sectors are down sharply this year so far. The performances may surprise you.
Why Institutional Investors Are Embracing ETFs
Institutions surveyed by Greenwich Associates are using ETFs to gain market exposure and hedge investments.
Is Cash the Best Defense in This Troubled Market?
Some actively managed mutual funds are hoarding cash as stocks post their worst weekly start to a new year since 1928.
Some Bull & Bear ETF Picks for the New Year
How ETF investors can capitalize on 2016's market trends, including ones that contradict conventional wisdom.
Who Will Win the Factor ETF Fight?
For investors and advisors alike, the battle over "smart beta" can be confusing because of widespread disagreement about which strategy is superior.
Are Precious Metals Still ‘Precious’?
Here's why precious metals should not be used as "safe money" in a client's portfolio, according to Ron DeLegge.
Junk Bond Issuance Soars Ahead of Expected Fed Rate Hike
The higher yields of junk bonds tend to offset some of the impact of falling prices when rates rise.
Commodity Rebound Time?
Research magazine talked with John Love, CEO of U.S. Commodity Funds, about whether it's time for investors to get back into commodities.
Will 4th-Quarter Magic Strike Stock Market Again?
What history tells us about stock market performance in the fourth quarter before and during a presidential election year.
How Advisors Can Use ETFs to Minimize 2015 Tax Bills
Now is the time for investors to sell money-losing ETFs and stocks to offset capital gains in the current calendar year, Ron DeLegge writes.