Gross Sues PIMCO: Seeking Justice or Revenge?
Experts share their views on what the Janus bond king hopes to accomplish with his legal maneuver.
Impact Investing Returns as Good as S&P 500: Wharton
Must impact fund managers sacrifice their funds’ missions to maximize returns? That’s the question a new paper from the Wharton School seeks to answer.
Active Share Is No Way to Pick a Mutual Fund: AQR
The conclusion from widely cited studies that high active share funds end up with better returns is a misinterpretation, says AQR's Andrea Frazzini.
Is the Biotech Party Over?
Should investors bail out of biotech, which has lost almost 25% since late July, or short the sector?
Top Portfolio Products: Schwab Adds Commission-Free ETFs
There are more choices than ever for investing overseas, from ETFs that hedge currency exposure to funds that focus on sustainability.
Why SEC Is Cracking Down on 12b-1 Fees and ‘Distribution-in-Guise’
Once again, the SEC provides "guidance" to advisors in the form of an enforcement action, this time a $40 million judgment against First Eagle.
The ETF Generation Gap
"Millennials are doubling down on ETFs," says Schwab’s Heather Fischer.
The Low-Growth World Ahead: Vanguard’s Chief Economist
Slow global growth will be “the defining trend of our lifetime,” says Joe Davis, Vanguard’s chief economist.
Rating the 401(k) of the Fund Rater
Employers that fill their retirement plans with active fund managers encourage the kind of bad investor choices that lead to underperformance.
SEC Wants to ‘Keep Alive’ the ’40 Acts Through New Regs; Bogle Talks ETFs
At 75th anniversary event, Vanguard founder John Bogle and T. Rowe Price’s James Riepe debate ETF regulation; SEC Chief White talks about upcoming rules.