Bleak Energy Picture to Brighten in 2016, but Volatility to Remain
At Morningstar ETF conference, two energy experts outline events that hurt global energy prices in the past year and explain why there could be a turnaround in 2016.
Bank Stocks Fall as Jobs Report Threatens 2015 Rate Hike
The U.S. jobs report fell short of forecasts and bond traders pushed back expectations for a Fed rate hike until next year.
ETF Experts: Hedging Currency Risk Is Cheap, Prudent and Getting Easier
Assets have flowed to currency-hedged ETFs. But a Morningstar ETF panel explores if it is worth it to managers to add this layer of protection into portfolios.
Is the Biotech Party Over?
Should investors bail out of biotech, which has lost almost 25% since late July, or short the sector?
3 Reasons U.S. Is Poised for Investment Retrenchment
Geopolitical strategist Peter Zeihan draws a pretty bleak picture of the future for investors — except American investors.
Best Finance Tweets of the Month: September 2015
The rate hike that wasn't, what bankers sing when drunk, and what America really runs on.
Hurting the Rich Won't Help the Poor
The last thing we should do is delude ourselves into thinking that making the rich less rich does a lot for the poor in the absence of better government.
Fed’s Dudley: Don’t Panic (Yet) About Market Liquidity
Some commentators argue that overregulation is stoking a liquidity crisis, but the New York Fed president is skeptical — for now.
A Strategy for the Markets' Malaise: Searching for Alpha for October 2015
The markets are terrible, I know. But there are signs that the current maelstrom won’t last forever.
The ETF Generation Gap
"Millennials are doubling down on ETFs," says Schwab’s Heather Fischer.