There's a Rush for Gold ETFs
It's clear that the precious metal's appeal as the ultimate safe haven now extends well beyond "gold bugs.''
Merk Asks: Could Gold Beat Stocks?
Porfolio manager Axel Merk suggests that investors look at history, especially periods of low interest rates.
Why Institutional Investors Are Embracing ETFs
Institutions surveyed by Greenwich Associates are using ETFs to gain market exposure and hedge investments.
In a New Asia, No 1997 Replay
Despite the clear opportunities the region offers, many investors and advisors, particularly in the U.S., are still leery of Asia and reluctant to invest there.
‘Oracle Jack’ Rivkin’s 4 Predictions on Investing, Economy
What makes a good money manager? "Introspection and paranoia," Jack Rivkin says, according to Jon Sundt, his predecessor as Altegris CEO.
Vietnam’s New Opportunities for Investors
Vietnam in 2016 is a far cry from the war-weary, Communist nation that many Americans, including advisors and their clients, still believe it to be.
Alternatives Sector Assets Topped $7 Trillion in 2015
The private capital industry, in particular, grew over the past year, Preqin reported.
Top 10 Private Equity Trends in 2016
New research released Monday by the PEGCC shows an interplay of factors that will influence private equity activity over the next 12 months.
Goldman Puts Mortgages and Naked Shorts Behind It
It would be odd if Goldman's punishment for selling bad loans to investors is that it has to take more money away from those investors.
Putting the Hedge Back in Hedge Funds
Hedge funds can be an especially smart investment in times of market stress. The key is picking the right strategies.