Are ‘Safe Haven’ Assets Safe Anymore?
"There is no safety in safety," says Tiger 21 founder Michael Sonnenfeldt.
Clinton vs. Trump: 2 Wildly Different Tax, Economic Plans
Moody’s economist Mark Zandi analyzes how the candidates’ plans on taxes, trade and immigration would affect the economy.
Top Portfolio Products: Additions and Subtractions for Direxion ETFs
Direxion announced two new ETFs plus splits for five ETFs that rallied sharply and reverse splits for four that suffered large losses.
It’s Not Just Fees That Hurt Performance of Active Management
S&P Dow Jones Indices reports that most retail mutual funds underperform their benchmarks even before fees are calculated.
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.
Fed Leaves Rate Unchanged, Saying Risks Have Diminished
The Fed said risks to the U.S. economy have subsided and the labor market is getting tighter.
GMO’s Inker Weighs In on Trump, Bonds, Brexit
GMO portfolio manager Ben Inker talks to ThinkAdvisor about the unusual market risk of a Trump presidency, Brexit and a stock bubble on the horizon.
ETF Assets Set Records in June
Fixed income exchange-traded funds and products led asset gathering in first half, according to ETFGI.
How to Save Retired Clients Thousands in Medicare Costs
Wealthier clients can save tens of thousands of dollars in Medicare premiums by using savings vehicles that the government doesn't consider in its income calculations.