Activists Are Tough on Companies They Don't Own
Two researchers measured activism by looking not at firms targeted by activists, but at the competitors of those firms.
Retirees Find Much to Like in Social Impact Investing
Boomers say they are more strategic than their parents, more hands-on and more demanding about how their financial contributions and volunteer time are used.
PIMCO Dethroned as Emerging-Market Bond King
Stone Harbor Fund rises to top of emerging market heap, as PIMCO is battered by strong dollar and big bets on Brazil.
4 Steps to Insuring Clients’ Valuable Artwork at Every Stage
Less than 1% of any piece of art’s life is spent in transit, but transit-related losses account for 18% of all art insurance claims.
Investing in Energy ETPs: The Effect of Contango & Backwardation
It may not be advisable to simply buy-and-hold energy exchange-traded products, but rather as a tactical component of a portfolio.
Guess What? Obama’s Keystone Pipeline Decision Can Be Reversed
The Keystone pipeline story might not be over yet, since a new president can reverse Obama's decision with relatively low legal risk.
Wisdom Tree, AlphaClone and SPARX Group Add Foreign-Focused ETFs
Do you know the difference between a global ETF and an international ETF? Hint: One includes U.S. assets.
Managed Futures: How to Get Commodity Exposure Without Taking Delivery
Institutional investors often shy away from the futures markets, believing them too risky; however, a managed futures allocation can reduce risk.
RCS Capital Charged With Proxy-Voting Fraud; NYSE May Dump Stock
Massachusetts regulators say RCS Capital employees impersonated shareholders and voted for a proposed deal with Apollo.
Gundlach: 6 Reasons Fed Shouldn’t Raise Rates in December
Once the Fed starts raising rates, the world changes, the DoubleLine bond guru says.