Are Amazon, Apple and Google Coming for Asset Managers?
Tech companies will increasingly enter finance in order to increase their “client stickiness,” Moody's predicts.
Vanguard Shareholders Vote to Restructure REIT Funds and for Other Changes
They also approved proposals that provide more flexibility to switch fund advisors.
Active Investing Is Alive and Well at Baron Funds’ Annual Investors Meeting
Thousands of fund investors poured into the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City to hear from portfolio managers and corporate CEOs.
JPMorgan Asset Management Upgrades Eurozone Outlook
The upgrade is its first one for a major economic bloc in a decade.
Gundlach's Stock Market Warning Comes True
Deteriorating junk bonds threaten equity-market darlings; correlation had reached its most negative level in three years.
US Mutual Funds Flourished in Year After Presidential Election: Lipper
Since Sept. 30, 2016, mutual funds have attracted some $691.2 billion, of which $686 billion went into passively managed funds.
10 Lessons From the Fall Frenzy of Financial Activity
The relatively short time between Labor Day and Thanksgiving is a blur of activity in the investment industry.
Nationwide Joins Insurers' Move to Passive With Smart-Beta ETFs
These are the company’s first passive products to reach the market.
GOP Tax Plan Spares 401(k)s, Targets IRAs
While retirement savings provisions look to be unaltered, the bill eliminates the recharacterization of IRA contributions.
Franklin Templeton to Launch 16 Passive ETFs
With fees of 9 to 19 basis points, the fund firm joins the low-priced ETF space with country-specific and regional products.