10 Investing New Year’s Resolutions
Along with the familiar examples of collective optimism at the end of every year, the financial industry likes to offer its own New Year’s resolutions.
Who Wins, Who Loses With New DOL Rule? $3 Trillion in Play
Morningstar's Stephen Ellis looks at the costs, benefits of DOL fiduciary rule, says $3 trillion in assets will be affected.
3 Numbers the Fed (and Investors) Should Watch in 2016
Russell Investments’ Economic Indicators Dashboard suggests which indicators to watch for further Fed action — or inaction — in the New Year.
Economic Recovery Is Partly 'Illusion,' Says Brookings Economist
Household incomes are being limited by weakness in GDP and productivity gains, argues Brookings' Barry Bosworth.
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.
The Year Nothing Worked: Stocks, Bonds, Cash Go Nowhere
"This year is a wake-up call to think about lower returns for the next several years," says BMO’s Lowell Yura.
U.S. Investors Turn Risk Averse at Year-End: State Street Survey
The State Street Investor Confidence Index finds global investors upbeat, unlike their North American counterparts
Which Bob Doll Economic Predictions for 2015 Were Right or Wrong?
The yearly predictions of Nuveen’s chief investment officer are closely watched by advisors and investors.
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.
Bull Market Getting ‘Long in the Tooth’: Morningstar
Investors (and advisors) may want to look at "value plays," as earnings dip and the market shows signs of "late-cycle behavior."