Emerging Markets Not Monolithic; Japan Debt Scary, Says Templeton’s Hasenstab
In 2013, there were big performance differences in Hungary and Indonesia, the Franklin Templeton global bond CIO said.
Financial Advisors Too Focused on Finance
Morningstar research suggests that investments — often the be-all and end-all for advisors — take on a humbler profile when clients' portfolios are considered holistically.
PIMCO Outflows Hit $26.5 Billion for 2014 as Vanguard Shines
Investors pulled some $4.3 billion from the PIMCO Total Return Fund in May alone as taxable bond funds attracted $9.6 billion, Morningstar reports.
More Than 1,000 Advisors Attending Morningstar Conference; Gross, Asness Highlight Speakers
Also, Rick Ferri will dialogue with Chris Brightman of Research Affiliates—beehive of smart beta—on alternative indexing: desirable for honey or dangerous for its sting?
How 5 Advisors Prep 401(k) Clients for Next Market Crash
Every bull market comes to an end. Here's how five advisors are getting their 401(k) plan clients ready for a market turn.
PIMCO’s McCulley: War on Inflation Is ‘Over, Done, Finished’
In his first commentary since returning to PIMCO, Chief Economist Paul McCulley says inflation is "dead" and stocks are fairly valued.
Gundlach: Likes Bonds, Not Homebuilders
DoubleLine founder Jeffrey Gundlach prognosticates on gold, the dollar, bonds and more and expands on a view he says gets him "hate mail."
8 Fastest Growing Financial Services Jobs: 2014
ThinkAdvisor parses BLS data to find out where the hiring is likely to be through 2022 — with good news for financial advisors.
Obama Pushes for Student Loan Bill With Tax on Wealthy
Senate will vote Wednesday on Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s student loan refinancing bill that will be paid for with tax on HNW individuals.
Niall Ferguson: Will Bitcoin Banish U.S. Dollar, or Will U.S. Dollar Banish Bitcoin?
Have Google, Apple, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter and Bitcoin leveled the playing field between ordinary citizens and government, or have they been co-opted?