Whatever Happened to U.S. Stock Funds?
Flows out of U.S. equity funds such as Robert Zagunis' 20-year-old Jensen Quality Growth Fund can stem more from investor fear than fund quality.
Brandywine Beats PIMCO With Sharp Macro Calls
Brandywine portfolio manager Stephen Smith's open secret is that he's shorting the bond market while awaiting its return to what he calls “normalization.”
In the nearly 30 years that I have been covering financial advisors, the fundamental problem hasn’t changed: Delivering client-centered advice isn’t as profitable as selling products.
Even veteran investment professionals, those who have been in the business for decades, are not shy to say that the 2001–2011 period was probably the worst time they have ever been through.
American Beacon Hosts Its First Annual Investment Forum
American Beacon Advisors showed off its broad range of funding strategies and sub-advisors, and held a lively panel discussion on investment opportunities at its Oversight 360? First Annual Investment Forum on June 16, in New York.