Brexit Fallout Could Last for Years
Although a vote on whether the U.K. will leave the EU is too close to call, advisors should consider the implications of an exit.
New Firm Caps Account Fees at $1,500
With new portfolio-building technology, traditional fee structures just don't make sense, says CEO Scott MacKillop of First Ascent Asset Management in Denver.
Top Portfolio Products: Strategy Shares Launches With 2 Actively Managed ETFs
Products and services added during the past week go well beyond the usual new ETFs to include an investment banking platform and phone-based advice service.
6 Economic Predictions for 2016 and Beyond: SIFMA
Fed rate hikes in the summer and winter remain "the majority forecast, if just barely," the group says.
Why Commodity ETFs Have Gone Off Track
Investors continue to search for alpha in one of the most challenging environments in nearly a decade.
Alpha Is Hard to Produce, Not Hard to Find
Generally speaking, alpha and beta can coexist nicely within an investment portfolio.
Why Emerging Markets Deserve Another Look
EGShare's Zeitoun shares his views on these ETFs, the topic of smart beta and the future of the industry.
What John Oliver Got Right (and Wrong) About the DOL Fiduciary Rule
Oliver has provided some needed exposure--and clarity--on a rule little understood by consumers.
Bogle at ‘65’: Offers Investor Do’s & Don’ts, Shows Market Landscape
Vanguard titan John Bogle talks about the investing wisdom he’s gathered during his 65 years in financial services.
Vanguard’s McNabb: DOL Got It Right; Get Used to Shrinking Fees
Advisors need to learn to use technology to help business, McNabb said at Morningstar Conference, envisioning a hybrid future for advisors.