Foundations Adjusting to Lower Returns, for Now
Private and community foundations are holding spending steady amid lower returns, but can they live with middling investment performance in the long run?
Yellen Raises Odds of a Rate Hike as Early as September
The Fed chair told the annual gathering in Jackson Hole that the "case for an increase in fed funds has strengthened in recent months."
Citigroup: A Trump Victory in November Could Cause a Global Recession
Economic growth could suffer, says Chief Economist Willem Buiter, and markets could face a short-term "shock."
Can Markets Predict Presidential Elections?
Low volatility this summer may be an indication the stock markets are beginning to price in a Clinton win, according to LPL CIO Burt White.
The Me Generation Becomes the Investing Generation
Boomers get no respect but should get renewed attention from advisors, since even in retirement their assets are growing.
Time for Fed to Normalize Rates: LPL's White
The chief investment officer of the IBD says that low interest rates are doing more economic harm than good.
401(k) Lawsuit Accuses Morgan Stanley and Board of Self-Dealing
A former employee says Morgan Stanley knows exactly who should buy its worst performing funds: the bank’s own workers.
REITs Are Outperforming, but Some Sectors Are Stronger Than Others
Baby boomers and millennials, trendsetters in different ways, are both driving growth in key REIT sectors.
Fidelity Launches Global Real Estate Fund; iSectors Adds Growth ETF
The Fidelity real estate fund launch is timed to coincide with a change in the S&P 500 that makes real estate a stand-alone sector.
Morning or Midnight in America? 9 Questions for the Presidential Candidates
As I write this, presidential politics is dominating our traditional and social media.