Jeremy Siegel: No Bubble, No Reason to Fear the Fed
The Wharton finance professor lays out his bullish vision at the Inside ETFs conference and says oil prices are "never going back to $100."
Don’t Bet on Active Management to Beat the Volatile Market
"Active managers have nowhere to go to escape [a crisis] except into cash ... and going to cash almost never happens," says Morningstar's John Rekenthaler.
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.
Emerging Market ETFs Lose More Than $1 Billion Led by China Flow
EM ETFs suffer third week of outflows, with $1.7 billion in redemptions; down $3.9 billion so far in January.
Advisors Overweight Technology, Financials Amid Earnings Concerns: SSGA
Here's where advisors are putting money as concern grows over volatility and geopolitics, according to State Street.
When the Market Fluctuates, Boomers Stay Put
A new study of Americans age 50 and older finds that the majority claim to be “long-term investors who understand market fluctuations are natural.”
5 Reasons Not to Panic Over the Markets
You can share with clients the reasons, says Daniel Kern, but you should be monitoring certain developments at home and abroad.
Templeton’s $42 Billion Manager Says Gloom Has Gone Too Far
Heather Arnold, who spends all day assessing the prospects for the world’s economies and their stock markets, doesn’t see too much to worry about.
‘Mini-Maelstrom of Selling’ Creates Market Opportunities
Zachary Karabell of Envestnet and David Polak of Capital Group suggest the broadness of the selloff has created good value plays.
Gundlach on Economy: ‘The Primary Trend Is Down’
The DoubleLine CEO says global economic weakness is not debatable, and the dollar is not likely to rise.