Top Portfolio Products: New Share Classes for Paulson Advantage Funds
Abacus Group and Imagineer Technology form a new tech partnership, and Invesco says there's a special dividend for PowerShares QQQ.
Gold: Glittering Yet Again?
Global gold demand by consumers and investors rose in the second quarter, and prices in mid-August are rising.
Tourre Ruling Should Guide SEC in Fiduciary Rulemaking, Expert Says
The failure of a trader/broker to disclose a material conflict of interest to an institutional investor should be revisited as the SEC considers guidance for brokers advising retail clients.
Hedge Fund Manager Paulson to Start Fund for Tax Reduction
In an era of increasing debate over income inequality, Occupy Wall Street and higher taxes for the wealthy, some are critical of John Paulson’s latest move.
Spanish Industrial Output Falls
The news for Spain just kept getting worse on Wednesday as its industrial output fell the most since October 2009.
Highest Volatility in 50 years Spooks Hedge Fund Managers
Plain-vanilla bonds and widow-and-orphan utilities creamed hedge funds in 2011, offering fresh evidence that ordinary investors need not feel underprivileged for lack of access to more exclusive investment opportunities.
CAISfunds Provides Independent Advisors Access to Hedge Fund Managers
Two-year-old firm provides a ‘bridge’ from advisors to managers like Paulson and Millennium.
Hedge Fund Manager Paulson Has Another Record Year
$5 billion in profits in 2010 outpaces gains made from housing crisis.
Lehman Forced to Revise Bankruptcy Exit Plan
After some creditors rejected Lehman Brothers' Chapter 11 proposals, the company revised its plan to exit bankruptcy, filing a new plan in New York, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.
FCIC Subpoenas Goldman Sachs & Co.
The Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009 gives FCIC power to compel Goldman Sachs to produce missing witnesses and documents.