Bill Gross: Slow Credit Growth Means Little or No Gain in Stocks
Bond fund manager Bill Gross has a message for those hoping to reap investment gains this year: Don’t expect much, and be prepared for losses.
Treasury Yields Hit Record Lows; Strategists Warn Against Chasing Yield
The 10-year Treasury note yield slid to 1.37% in afternoon trading Tuesday. Even before Brexit, long-term U.S. rates were falling.
Top Portfolio Products: 4 Firms Add ETFs; Fidelity Cuts Fees
State Street and AccuShares introduce sector ETFs; Guggenheim and Deutsche Asset Management launch "smart" ETFs.
Post-Brexit: European Markets Have Rebounded, but for How Long?
ETFs tied to U.K. and European stocks and currencies have stopped falling but have yet to regain all they lost following the Brexit vote.
Cerulli: ‘Investors Are Questioning Active’s Value’
Fee pressures and regulatory changes are challenging active asset managers, according to Cerulli.
Fidelity Fires Latest Shot in Index Fund Fee War
Fidelity's cut to expense ratios on 27 index funds comes several months after Vanguard announced a round of expense cuts.
After Brexit Vote, Is ‘Stay the Course’ Really the Best Advice?
Financial markets have rebounded from big losses following Friday's Brexit vote, but here are some ways advisors can reposition clients for uncertainty ahead.
TrimTabs Loses Management of ETF, Then Files to Launch Its Clone
What TrimTabs did when AdvisorShares chose another firm to manage the ETF it had designed.
Why Betterment Delayed Trading After Brexit Vote
"During extraordinary events, we are extraordinarily prudent,” a Betterment spokesman said. But are they being overly cautious?
World Markets Upended by Brexit as Stocks, Pound Drop; Yen Soars
Financial markets did not price in a victory for the Brexit vote, which is why they are cratering today.