Is It a Good Time to Buy Preferred Stocks?
One expert says yields of 5% and other advantages make preferred stocks worth serious consideration.
5 Factors That Hurt Retirement Plans (and How to Deal With Them)
A report released on Tuesday by Schroders studied defined contribution plan design in several countries to try to determine the most effective design.
Why Hyperactively Managed Funds Outperform
Many mutual fund managers don’t do much, but those that do generate high alpha net of fees.
Why Active ETFs Are Doing So Well: AdvisorShares CEO
Active ETFs are attracting more assets than passive ETFs did at the same point in the latter's development.
It’s Not Just Active and Passive, but Behavioral Finance That Best Meets Clients’ Needs
Ted Lundgren of NAAIM argues that the lessons of behavioral finance must inform the active vs. passive investing debate.
Active ETFs Thriving at 5, Says AdvisorShares’ Hamman
When asked about what’s happening with active ETFs now that they’ve hit their five-year mark, Noah Hamman, founder and CEO of AdvisorShares Investments, is succinct; “They’re growing.”
Jefferson National Adds Alternative Investments to Help ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Anxiety
More than 68% of advisors have increased their use of alternative investments.
Managed Futures, Managed Risk
There are plenty of reasons to not like risk these days: the condition of the global economy, for instance, and Europe’s sovereign saga.
The Future of Actively Managed ETFs
In the months leading up to the launch of the first actively managed ETFs a few years ago, ETF industry commentators were generally divided into two camps.
John Bogle: The 2012 IA 25 Extended Profile
There’s something reassuring about John Bogle’s passion and the fact that it hasn’t waned with age.