Why Advisors Should Care Who Clients Follow on Twitter
Investors following social media can quickly form opinions that lead to actions that might not necessarily be to their advantage.
10 Best Places for Boomers to Work: Fortune
As older workers stay in the work force longer, Fortune identifies companies that appeal to boomer workers.
It's Not Just Fees that Hurt Performance of Active Management
S&P Dow Jones Indices reports that that most retail mutual funds underperform their benchmarks even before fees are calculated
U.S. Private Equity Holds Steady in Q2
Dry powder for buyout funds stands at a 13-year high, the American Investment Council reported.
Economy Sputtered in Q2 as GDP Was Only 1.2%
Companies in the U.S. slimmed down inventories and remained wary of investing amid shaky global demand.
Third Avenue Said to Consider Sale of Credit Fund After Turmoil
The Focused Credit Fund halted redemptions in December and spurred a selloff in the high-yield market.
Why Some New Funds Soar and Others Flop: Morningstar
A new Morningstar study on new mutual funds and ETFs teases out the factors that correlate with higher returns and flows three years later.
DOL, SEC Fee Scrutiny Sparks Shift to Passive Investing
Use of passively managed funds and ETFs at indie BDs and wirehouses will continue to accelerate, says Broadridge.
Top 10 Least Stressed Cities in America
Pack up and head to these cities if you want a life of less worry and stress, according to WalletHub.
Americans’ Financial Satisfaction Highest Since 2007: CPA Group
But Brexit may mean more pain for consumers going forward, AICPA says.