4 Warning Signs Investors Shouldn’t Ignore
Award-winning reporter Diana Henriques tells ThinkAdvisor about the big warning investors missed before Black Monday — and why conditions are ripe for another major panic.
GMO: Don’t Blame Tech for Stocks’ Overvaluation
The so-called FAANG stocks are up 36% on average year to date through September. But there's more to the story, GMO strategists write.
Global Investors Flock to ESG
Schroders ranks 30 countries on their adoption of sustainable behaviors and investing.
Retail Investors Clamor for ETFs as Inflows Grow 19%: Broadridge
Actively managed funds are “falling farther and farther behind in the race for new money and new clients,” Broadridge's Jeff Tjornehoj says.
Cambria Partners With TD Ameritrade on TAMP Alternative: Portfolio Products
In other product news, S&P Dow Jones is now publishing carbon metrics on most of its equity indexes.
Nationwide Joins Insurers' Move to Passive With Smart-Beta ETFs
These are the company’s first passive products to reach the market.
GOP Tax Bill Bolsters 529 Plans
The bill may make 529 college savings plans “more palatable,” says Savingforcollege's Martha Kortiak Mert.
Powell Pledges to Pursue Fed’s Employment, Inflation Goals
Trump’s pick for Fed chair says he’ll retain the Fed’s tradition of monetary policy independence.
GOP Tax Plan Spares 401(k)s, Targets IRAs
While retirement savings provisions look to be unaltered, the bill eliminates the recharacterization of IRA contributions.
ESG Bigger in Europe Than in US
Investors in the U.S. are far more skeptical of ESG than their European counterparts, according to a new survey from RBC Global Asset Management.