Roubini: Fear of Bond Market Rout Is Overblown
The normally gloomy Nouriel Roubini sees a good year ahead, particularly in stocks, but he warns of huge risks lurking thereafter.
How Does Passive Beat Active? Let Me Count the Ways
It is indefensible for advisors to use active portfolios for clients’ money because it is all but guaranteed that they will underperform, Rick Ferri says.
Schwab’s Sonders: Today’s Market Is Best We’ll Ever See
Charles Schwab chief investment strategist Liz Ann Sonders had some encouraging words for jittery investors.
Commodities: A Post-Mortem Shows Some Life
Commodities had a disastrous year in 2013. But there are plenty of reasons to embrace this unloved sector.
Genuine Alpha Accessible to All Advisors
Vanguard says advisors have the training and tools to offer alpha here and now while generating true client loyalty.
iShares Sees 3 Big Trends for Institutions’ ETF Use in 2014
Following "test drives" by many last year, BlackRock unit expects institutions, including RIAs, to increasingly use ETFs strategically and tactically in 2014.
Advisor Aims to Facebook His Way to $10B in Assets
James McDonald is using 100% ETF portfolios to lower costs and improve securities selection while riding the social media wave to reach large audiences.
Market Vectors Rolls Out Factor-Based ETFs
The four new ETFs track MSCI indices and focus on quality and dividends in international and emerging market equities.
Cut Out Wolves of Wall Street With These Dirt-Cheap ETFs
Using ETFs like the Schwab U.S. Broad Market and others, you get to keep nearly every dollar of your investment.
30 Best & Worst ETFs of Bernanke Era
History will judge the Fed chairman’s eight-year tenure, but data from ETF Database give an objective preview.