Energy Stocks: Still Room to Run?
One asset manager shares his views on price volatility in oil and why that means opportunity for investors.
Goldman Sees ‘Buying Opportunity’ if Gold’s Slump Gets Worse
A big price decline below $1,250 an ounce would signal a "buy" for gold if "downside risks to global growth remain," says Goldman.
Has Fiduciary Rule Sparked Price War Among ETF Providers?
The moves by BlackRock and Schwab to slash fees on index ETFs “could be the beginning of a price war,” says Morningstar’s Ellenbogen.
Investor Optimism Highest Since ’07 but More Hold Cash: Wells Fargo
Despite high optimism, investors are moving more money into cash and CDs—one of several perplexing findings in a survey by Wells Fargo and Gallup.
Janus-Henderson Merger May Not Slow Firms’ Outflows
One analyst says the deal brings both sides added distribution capabilities in untapped global markets, but it’s unclear whether outflows can be stopped.
Morningstar Launches 27 Indexes to Meet ESG Investing Appetite
The indexes include global and local companies based on their ethical performance and other measures tied to sustainability, the research firm says.
Henderson-Janus Merger Signals Fee Pressures Spurring M&A
The combined asset management firm, Janus Henderson Global Investors Plc, will have $320 billion in assets, plus Bill Gross.
Vanguard Appoints John James as New Head of HR
Vanguard has appointed John James to be its new head of human resources beginning Dec. 31.
Ex-Fed Chief Greenspan Tapped by Advisors Capital Management as Econ Advisor
Advisors Capital Management said former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan is now an economic advisor to the $1.4 billion RIA firm.
Farmland: An Increasingly Popular Alternative Investment
A report found that more investors are buying agricultural/farmland assets to diversify and profit from growing global demand for food.