High-Yield Bond Funds Going Strong Following Earlier Declines
While the risks are still very real, high-yield bond funds continue to deliver hot returns.
Low-Volatility ETFs Are Outperforming but Untested
Investors are pouring money into low-vol ETFs even though market volatility is down.
Emerging Market Equity Funds Stage a Comeback
One key reason they're outperforming developed market funds: limited exposure to European stocks.
Post-Brexit: European Markets Have Rebounded, but for How Long?
ETFs tied to U.K. and European stocks and currencies have stopped falling but have yet to regain all they lost following the Brexit vote.
Commodity Funds Outperform for First Time in Years
Even in a year when commodities are outperforming stocks and bonds investors should choose commodity funds carefully.
Should Advisors Hedge Currency Risk?
Hedging is supposed to reduce the currency risk in international investing, but that's not always the case — something to consider when choosing international ETFs.
Value Funds Are Leading in 2016, From Small Cap to Large Cap
Why value stocks are outperforming growth stocks this year.
Real Estate ETFs Outperform Even After 7 Straight Years of Gains
This outperforming asset class is sensitive to rising interest rates but offers investors a lot more yield than Treasuries.
Have Emerging Markets Regained Their Mojo?
After several years of pain, a resurgence takes shape.
Advisors: Be Careful What Funds You Choose
Here's why advisors should be leery of mutual funds heavily invested in a single security, according to Ron DeLegge.