Fees Are Not the Enemy of Investors
Sales charges discourage active trading, and most people are terrible active traders.
Investors Misinformed on Index Funds, Alternatives: Natixis
Some of the blame for the confusion can be traced to “closet indexers,” Natixis says.
So Few Market Winners, So Much Dead Weight
Just 4% of public companies account for all of the gains. How can investors find the top-performing stocks — and should they even bother trying?
Sen. Shelby Doesn't Think Trump Will Reappoint Yellen to Fed
The Republican senator from Alabama had spoken with Trump about the Fed before discussing his expectations on Bloomberg TV.
Actively Managed Funds Stage a Short-Term Comeback
More than half of actively managed U.S. equity funds beat their benchmark in the 12 months ended June 30, according to the latest SPIVA report.
Envestnet | PMC Unveils Gender-Focused Impact Strategy: Portfolio Products
In addition, AlphaCore launched a new fund to make statistical arbitrage readily accessible to the public.
More Reasons to Avoid Long-Term Bonds
Investors seeking higher bond yields this year are likely to be disappointed despite indications of another Fed hike.
Pimco, BlackRock See Multiyear Rally for Emerging Markets
Stable commodity prices, improving economic growth and balance-sheet repairs are expected to underpin the rally.
Fed to Begin Balance Sheet Cuts; Hints Rate Hike Up Next
Financial markets were positioned for a slightly more dovish policy statement.
UBS Launches Products Tied to UN Development Goals: Portfolio Products
Four new mission-driven issuers join the ImpactUs Marketplace, while SummerHaven launches a liquid private equity index.