Gross’ Move Fogs PIMCO, Janus Futures
Analysts are cautious on what Bill Gross’ departure from the bond giant PIMCO to the smaller Janus means for both firms.
Distrust of Big Banks Driving Clients to Indies: Cerulli
"Breakaway brokers" are one reason that RIAs will hold 26% of retail client assets by the end of 2016. But there's more to the story.
20 Best & Worst Fund Families of 2013
The top performer saw $75 billion pour in last year, while the weakest performer had more than $30 billion in outflows.
Gundlach on Shiller CAPE Fund: ‘A Better Mousetrap’
DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach and Yale economist Robert Shiller describe why their new fund might appeal to value investors.
Paging Dr. Alpha: Advisors With Ph.D.s Add 0.5% to Portfolio Profits
A study finds money managers with doctorates outperform less educated peers across a variety of investment criteria.
Ouch: ETP Outflows Hit $15B in August
Investors pulled $14 billion out of holdings in the SPDR S&P 500, according to the latest BlackRock research.
Ouch! 8 Asset Managers Bitten Hard by Outflows
Sterne Agee releases a report on which firms are seeing the biggest outflows from their mutual funds and ETFs.
Top 10 Biggest ETF Sponsors
As the Morningstar ETF Invest conference rolled along, a Cerulli report listed the biggest ETFs and also showed that new entrants into the market had a tough slog.
Bonds Still Going Strong; Equity Flows Bounce Back
Bond inflows just set a weekly record at close to $7.6 billion, despite signs that some fixed-income returns are faltering, EPFR Global said Monday.