Bill Gross: German Bunds Are the ‘Short of a Lifetime’
Janus' Bill Gross laid out his case for the move as critics said widespread short selling of 10-year bunds would lead to "financial Armageddon."
Schwab Marries Strategic Beta, Market-Cap Strategies
Schwab’s Tony Davidow believes there’s a role for active, market-cap and fundamental index strategies in building portfolios.
How to Mimic Hedge Funds With ETFs
It's a complicated, but viable, process for advisors, says Adam Patti of IndexIQ.
Top Portfolio Products: SSGA Rolls Out Multi-Factor SPDR ETF
Plus, Exceed Investments adds fund that tracks Nasdaq’s structured-product index.
Schwab Posts 7% Profit Decline for Q1 Despite Asset Growth
The company points to higher compensation costs as a cause of its falling net income.
Will Energy Mergers Speed Up After Shell-BG Deal?
A Brunswick survey of oil and gas specialists found that 68% of analysts and investment managers expect more M&A activity but only 20% of bankers and lawyers do.
Top Portfolio Products: New ETFs Adjust for Rising Rates, Fluctuating Currencies
Invesco PowerShares and Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management launch products that focus on investors' latest market concerns.
Using Leveraged and Inverse ETFs to Manage Market Risks
Leveraged and inverse ETFs can magnify the gains on a market rise or a short sale. But they aren't for everyone.
Best Full-Service Investment Firms Ranked by Investors: J.D. Power — 2015
Overall satisfaction is stagnant across full-service broker-dealers, the survey finds.
Gundlach: Fed Won’t Raise Rates if Dollar Goes Higher
The DoubleLine CEO and bond expert also says energy assets are overpriced because "too many people think it’s cute to make an energy play."