How Expensive Are Stocks — Really?
One way to answer the question: Ritholtz's six rules of valuations.
The Bull Market Is 8 Years Old. What’s Next?
The second longest post-WWII bull market is supported by strong fundamentals, but P/E ratios are rich by historical standards.
Gundlach: Fed to Raise Rates ‘Until Something Breaks’
The DoubleLine CEO is bullish on some emerging-market debt and Asia equities; bearish on Europe.
Betterment Rebuffs Buffett, Says Sage’s Advice ‘Doesn’t Work Anymore’
CEO Jon Stein makes the case that he can top Vanguard index funds, and advisors, in a heated CNBC interview.
Research Affiliates Launches Smart Beta Factor Valuation Tool: Portfolio Products
In other product news, Hartford Funds expands its socially responsible investing lineup.
5 Ways ‘Passive’ Investing Is Actually Quite Active
In the end, what is the so-called “passive” investing trend really all about? Lower costs.
Why Trump Advisor Scaramucci ‘Hates’ DOL Fiduciary Rule
At Pershing advisor meeting, an argument for keeping noncorrelated assets in clients’ retirement portfolios, and a warning on disinflation.
Buffett Backlash: Fund Execs Criticize Sage’s Grim View of Active Investing
Passive index funds are not necessarily the best investments for all investors at all stages of their lives, some fund professionals argue.
Buffett’s 8 Nuggets of Investing Advice: Berkshire Shareholder Letter 2017
The Oracle of Omaha spells out the secrets of his success in his yearly letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders.
11 Best & Worst Broker-Dealers: Q4 Earnings, 2016
Earnings growth in the financial sector has been robust so far, according to LPL’s CIO Burt White.