What ETF Investors Got Wrong About Markets in January
ETF fund flows for the month of January appear to be almost as confusing as the markets themselves.
Top Portfolio Products: Northern Trust Adds Target Date-Like Funds
A new twist on the target date fund plus a wellness marketplace for small and midsize companies.
The Dark Side of the Global Super-Rich
Foreign cash threatens to destabilize U.S. real estate, Alexei Bayer warns.
A Recession Is Coming: Wilmington Trust
Investors in the meantime should look toward income-earning investments because capital gains will be limited, says CIO Tony Roth.
Alternatives Sector Assets Topped $7 Trillion in 2015
The private capital industry, in particular, grew over the past year, Preqin reported.
Stock Exchanges Are Eating Your Returns
Exchanges are quietly, yet dramatically, increasing the fees they charge for market data and access to compensate for their own dramatic declines in market share.
‘Mini-Maelstrom of Selling’ Creates Market Opportunities
Zachary Karabell of Envestnet and David Polak of Capital Group suggest the broadness of the selloff has created good value plays.
Faber’s Fatalist Forecast: Fed Will Cut Rates, Relaunch QE
The Fed will reverse policy because the U.S. economy is “already entering a recession,” said Marc Faber of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report.
Morningstar Pessimistic on U.S. Growth in 2016 — Compared to Others
Analysts share where weakness lies and the factors inhibiting expansion in different economic sectors.
Top 2016 Stock Picks From Market Bull Who’s Turned Cautious
Marty Sass, a perennial stock market bull, tells ThinkAdvisor that he is now “questioning the sustainability” of the stock market rally.