There's a Rush for Gold ETFs
It's clear that the precious metal's appeal as the ultimate safe haven now extends well beyond "gold bugs.''
Bill Gross on Low Rates: ‘How’s It Workin’ for Ya?’
“Global markets and individual economies are increasingly ‘addled’ and distorted” as central banks cut rates, sometimes to negative territory, Gross writes.
Why Are Stocks Falling in Sync With Oil Prices?
The stock market is “treating the plunge in oil prices as an indicator of global growth,” says BlackRock's Russ Koesterich. “That’s wrong.”
Top Portfolio Products: Northern Trust Adds Target Date-Like Funds
A new twist on the target date fund plus a wellness marketplace for small and midsize companies.
Why Institutional Investors Are Embracing ETFs
Institutions surveyed by Greenwich Associates are using ETFs to gain market exposure and hedge investments.
Adjusting Portfolio Correlations With ETFs
Global equity markets converged performance-wise to finish 2015 with very little change in price. Have correlations all gone to 1?
Vietnam’s New Opportunities for Investors
Vietnam in 2016 is a far cry from the war-weary, Communist nation that many Americans, including advisors and their clients, still believe it to be.
A Recession Is Coming: Wilmington Trust
Investors in the meantime should look toward income-earning investments because capital gains will be limited, says CIO Tony Roth.
Schwab’s Sonders: Market Headed for ‘Non-Recession Bear’
Schwab strategist Liz Ann Sonders says that while the secular bull market isn't over, a rough several months could be ahead.
Marc Faber Bullish on (Some) Emerging Markets as Others Shun Them
On a generally bearish panel at Inside ETFs conference, with Richard Bernstein and others, Marc Faber stood out as an emerging market bull.