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.
5 Ways Big Investors Are Driving ETF Growth
Institutions represent a little over a third of the ETF market, Greenwich Associates says.
Are Fixed Income ETFs the New Cash?
Ten years ago, spooked investors "would have sold the equity and held onto cash," says iShares' Josh Penzner.
10 Best States for Employee Retirement Plans
A Pew research analysis shows which states have the best access to, and participation in, retirement plans sponsored by employers.
Top Portfolio Products: DoubleLine Rolls Out Global Bond Fund
Plus, there are new ETFs from Van Eck & State Street, as well as news of a new advisory platform from Oppenheimer.
Invesco Buys Jemstep
With the deal, Invesco wants to "unite world-class investment management capabilities, Silicon Valley technology and expert human advice to deliver a comprehensive digital solution."
SEC’s Top Exam Priorities for 2016
SEC examiners will zero in this year on several new areas.
ETFs, ETPs Make Record Asset Grab in 2015
The three biggest providers — iShares, Vanguard and SPDR — had 69% of the market share, ETFGI reported.
Is Cash the Best Defense in This Troubled Market?
Some actively managed mutual funds are hoarding cash as stocks post their worst weekly start to a new year since 1928.
Schwab Adds 14 Commission-Free ETFs; Legg Mason Offers ETF Suite
A busy week for ETFs: Many new funds plus new additions to Schwab's OneSource.