Gundlach: ‘Frightening’ to See Financial Stocks So Low
The DoubleLine CEO says he’s buying foreign currencies for the first time in five years.
Shift to Passive Mutual Funds Continued in 2015: PwC
Last year through September, passive funds garnered $301 billion, while active registered funds recorded net outflows of $128 billion., PwC reported.
GMO’s Grantham: Why the Stock Market Won’t Collapse This Year
Grantham, the chief investment strategist of GMO and a perennial bear, is sounding somewhat optimistic about the U.S. economy and market this year.
Morningstar’s ‘Unloved’ Mutual Funds Flirt With Contrarians
Investing in the previous year's “unloved" funds is a “surprisingly resilient” strategy, says Morningstar’s Russell Kinnel.
CBOE Forms Partnership With Options- and Tech-Centric Vest Financial
With new majority equity stake in Vest, CBOE will provide advisors’ clients with portfolio protection with easy-to-use, cost-transparent strategies.
What ETF Investors Got Wrong About Markets in January
ETF fund flows for the month of January appear to be almost as confusing as the markets themselves.
There's a Rush for Gold ETFs
It's clear that the precious metal's appeal as the ultimate safe haven now extends well beyond "gold bugs.''
Financial Crisis ‘Cast Long Shadow on Investors’: UBS
A survey of wealthy and affluent investors finds nearly 90% have maintained or increased their cash holdings since 2008.
Institutional Plan Investments Regain Traction in Q4
Institutional investment plans gained a median 2% in the fourth quarter, rebounding from a median 4.6% loss in the third, Northern Trust Universe reported.
Target Date Funds Post First Yearly Loss Since 2008: Report
The average TDF gained 3% in Q4, but it wasn't enough to offset a loss for 2015, according to Callan Associates.