Finance Has Caught On to Behavioral Economics
The next time some macroeconomist tells you that behavioral economics is passé, tell them that behavioral finance is alive and well.
Five to Honor: Investing Pioneers—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
While advisors are intellectually curious about all manners of topics, it’s investing that really gets them going.
The 2015 IA 35 for 35
These advisor advocates, investors, politicians and thought leaders have stood out over the past 35 years and will influence financial services for decades to come.
Beating Buy and Hold: A Thinking Man’s Guide to Market Timing
Investors have heard for ages that tactical strategies are a fool's errand. But the results of these high-caliber market timers speak for themselves.
How Much Is an Advisor Worth? Eric Nelson Does the Math
When a prospect balks at paying advisory fees, Eric Nelson shows the value he adds — and what the absence of an advisor can cost.
Time to Add Profitability to Portfolios: Eric Nelson
Servo Wealth Management expert finds that including profitability as a portfolio factor both boosts returns and lowers risk.
The Qualities That Make Fama a Mensch, Says French
Eugene Fama is known above all for his asset-pricing model; less well known publicly is that he is also a role model.
American Funds Fights Active Management ‘Misperceptions’
Decades old, the debate over passive investment strategies vs. active isn’t about to die down anytime soon.
Gene Fama: When’s the Right Time for Active Investing? Never
The Nobel laureate remains a true believer in efficient markets and passive investing and blasts behavioral economists who "dredge for anomalies."
Gene Fama to Keynote 5th Annual Morningstar ETF Conference
Strategic beta, emerging markets, active management and alternatives are among this year's topics, as well as a keynote presentation from economist and Nobel laureate Eugene Fama.