Charlie Munger: Buffett’s ‘Abominable No-Man’
Author Tren Griffin tells ThinkAdvisor why Munger is the not-so-secret sauce in Berkshire Hathaway's extraordinary investing success.
Hedge Fund Rollouts, Liquidations Fell in First Half
As market volatility increased, both hedge fund launches and liquidations declined through the middle of the year, Hedge Fund Research reported Tuesday.
Marcato Capital Takes 6.3% Stake in LPL
The hedge fund, known for its activist approach, thinks LPL's shares are undervalued.
Burned by Oil Trade, Debt Investors Think Twice
Low oil prices make hedge funds and private equity firms leery of lending to the industry.
How to Profit From Falling Commodity Prices
There are a variety of strategies for bear bets against commodity prices, some riskier than others.
The Plight of Female Alt-Fund Managers
They outperform male managers but still struggle to raise capital, KPMG finds.
Milevsky: Why Retirement Income Products Are Like Jars of Jam
Moshe Milevsky tells RIIA it's time to bring some more choices to the marketplace with tontines.
Unusual Way to Earn High Yields in Real Estate
Crowdfunded real estate loans might appeal to high-net-worth investors seeking higher income.
Hedge Funds’ Biggest Losers in August: Emerging Markets, Activist Strategies
Hedge funds fell in August, but a major benchmark outpaced the S&P by more than 400 basis points, according to Hedge Fund Research.
REITs Weaken Slightly Less Than Equities in August: NAREIT
Dividend yields on the asset class are roughly 4%, ahead of the S&P 500, the industry group says.