ETFs, ETPs Make Record Asset Grab in 2015
The three biggest providers — iShares, Vanguard and SPDR — had 69% of the market share, ETFGI reported.
Is Cash the Best Defense in This Troubled Market?
Some actively managed mutual funds are hoarding cash as stocks post their worst weekly start to a new year since 1928.
Schwab Adds 14 Commission-Free ETFs; Legg Mason Offers ETF Suite
A busy week for ETFs: Many new funds plus new additions to Schwab's OneSource.
Gary Shilling: China’s Economic Glory Days Are Over
Gary Shilling talked to ThinkAdvisor about why China "will grow old before she grows rich."
Puerto Rico’s GO Debt Rallies, but Problems Remain for Bondholders
"Something has to give. The territory is struggling each day to meet its obligations," says muni credit researcher Richard Ciccarone.
Schwab’s Sonders, Kleintop: ‘Unfinished Business’ to Be Drag on Stocks in 2016
Monetary policy will be a major factor in market growth in the U.S. and around the world in 2016, according to experts at Charles Schwab.
Stocks Tank on the First Trading Day of the Year
Blame it on China or revived tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran, or both.
Some Bull & Bear ETF Picks for the New Year
How ETF investors can capitalize on 2016's market trends, including ones that contradict conventional wisdom.
Faber’s Fatalist Forecast: Fed Will Cut Rates, Relaunch QE
The Fed will reverse policy because the U.S. economy is “already entering a recession,” said Marc Faber of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report.
The Year Nothing Worked: Stocks, Bonds, Cash Go Nowhere
"This year is a wake-up call to think about lower returns for the next several years," says BMO’s Lowell Yura.