Goldman Commodity Analysts: How Did We Get It So Wrong?
Bank remains bullish commodities, cuts oil forecast by $7.50; brent, WTI crude prices slipped into bear markets last week.
Investor Appetite Drives a Surge in Private Equity Fundraising
Many PE limited partners who have received strong returns on their investments in recent years are reinvesting their gains, according to a new Preqin report.
100% Advisory Payouts & 7 Other ‘Heresies’
Advisors take note: Many sacred cow profit centers being disrupted by broker-dealers promoting “loss leaders” to prospects.
Gold Plunges After 1.8 Million Ounces Traded in One Minute
Comex volume spiked to 18,149 lots in London; "No one has a clue" what happened, Marex’s Govett says.
Guggenheim Launches Multi-Factor Large-Cap ETF: Portfolio Products
VictoryShares introduces a new minimum volatility ETF.
Political Uncertainty Looms High on REITs’ Radar
Forty-four percent of the largest publicly traded REITs cite risk factors related to the Trump administration in their latest 10-Ks, a study finds.
Socially Responsible Investing Starts With the Bottom Line
As mission-focused investing becomes more popular, advisors need to use a financial screen first when looking at potential investments.
W. P. Carey to Exit Nontraded REIT Business
Trends suggest that regulatory issues (like DOL) played a part, along with some fallout from the RCAP-Schorsch debacle.
Morgan Stanley Gives Reps the OK to Text Clients
The wirehouse rolls out a compliant text messaging program with Twilio and launches a sustainable investing course.
Hedge Funds Record 7th Monthly Gain in May
Hedge funds extended their run of positive performance to 14 of the 15 trailing months, Hedge Fund Research reported.