In Russia, Making Big Bets Where Few Investors Dare
Citing John Templeton, who took a huge stake in Japan during dark times, portfolio manager David Iben seeks reward in "maximum pessimism" investing.
30 Years Later: Leslie Beck Still Following Sir John Templeton’s Advice
Leslie Beck set off on the path of international investing thanks to Sir John Templeton. She’s still there, three decades later.
Ken Fisher Warns, Industry Responds: What Happens to RIAs in 10 Years?
Ken Fisher is bullish on 2014’s market and economy but decidedly bearish on the future of RIAs.
Ken Fisher Warns: RIA World Gone in 10 Years
The famed value investor talked to ThinkAdvisor on how BDs will "eat RIAs as dessert," and why the economy is doing fine, for a spell.
Step Aside, Bill Gross: In Search of the New ETF Rock Stars
While pundits agree that PIMCO's Gross is the biggest “rock star” in fixed income, they say “smart beta” equity ETFs are what's next.
Is the Market Irrationally Exuberant?
Advisors and investors should watch volatility closely, and beware of buying trends that aren't backed by strong fundamentals, experts say.
Tepid Job Growth Spreading to Developing Economies
While the United States continues to struggle with stagnant GDP and job growth, a similar picture is emerging in developing economies.
15 Best Investing Quotes of All Time
Whether markets are roaring ahead or stumbling off a cliff, good, solid advice is always needed to restrain the euphoria or soothe the panic attack.
Predictions by Fisher, Gundlach, Rodriguez: Research’s All-Star Roundtable
A Research Roundtable of five distinguished names, including Kenneth Fisher, Jeffrey Gundlach and Robert Rodriguez, serve up their best analytic thinking and forecast how critical situations could shape up next year.
3 Self-Defeating Investor Behaviors: Franklin Templeton
With the help of "Predictably Irrational" author Dan Ariely, Franklin Templeton pinpoints three behavioral reasons why fearful investors may miss opportunities.