Bill Gross: Historic 40-Year Stock and Bond Run Is Over
To say that Janus bond fund manager Bill Gross is negative on the financial markets would be a major understatement.
Retirees Want to Stay in Their Homes but Shun Reverse Mortgages
Only 14% of respondents said they had considered using a reverse mortgage as part of their retirement plan, an American College study found.
New York REIT Shares Plunge After Analysts Question Acquisition
Shares have been hurt since founder and ex-board member Nicholas Schorsch became embroiled in a 2014 scandal over accounting problems at another firm.
Private Equity: Greater Returns, Greater Risks
Fidelity added private equity funds to its institutional platform as a result of advisor demand following stellar returns, but there are other factors to consider.
Why Gundlach Predicts a Trump Victory
The DoubleLine CEO discusses Trump, his "2 and 20" prediction on stocks and why negative interest rates are like putting gasoline on a house fire.
GMO’s Grantham: Housing ‘Echo Bubble’ May Prompt New Crisis
Jeremy Grantham says inflated housing prices are a more likely cause than overvalued equities in the "race to cause the next financial crisis."
Should I Question Warren Buffett’s Market Valuation Tool?
With all due respect to the Oracle of Omaha, his stock market tool has some glaring flaws. But is there a better tool?
Real Estate ETFs Outperform Even After 7 Straight Years of Gains
This outperforming asset class is sensitive to rising interest rates but offers investors a lot more yield than Treasuries.
30 Colleges for Best ROI: 2016
When choosing a college, recouping the high cost in the form of higher salaries is one factor worth considering.
Timber Investing: ‘Green Before Green Was Cool’
This long-term, environmentally sustainable investment is forecast to outperform stocks and bonds in GMO's latest seven-year outlook.