Ritholtz: The Price of Losing Bill Gross or Jeff Gundlach
Once an ace manager departs, it seems it's only a matter of time before the outsize reputation of that fund departs as well, Ritholtz writes.
What Investors Don’t Know Will Hurt Them Most
Tocqueville Asset Management founder Francois Sicart warns that the 36-year bull market in bonds means most market participants have no professional memory of rising rates.
Fidelity’s Feingold: 5 Investing Strategies for 2015
Jeffrey Feingold of Fidelity Magellan, a fund with 16% average annual returns over the past half-century, discusses his investing themes.
Fidelity Names Abigail Johnson CEO to Succeed Father, Ned Johnson
Ned Johnson tells shareholders he will stay with Fidelity as chairman.
Fidelity’s Morrison to Succeed O’Hanley as Investment Chief
Charles Morrison most recently was head of Fidelity’s $750 billion fixed income division.
How Does Passive Beat Active? Let Me Count the Ways
It is indefensible for advisors to use active portfolios for clients’ money because it is all but guaranteed that they will underperform, Rick Ferri says.
The Legacy of John Bogle, the Man in the Arena
Few advisors realize that Vanguard founder Jack Bogle is a lot more than just the “index” guy.
Pipe Down: How to Play the New Oil Boom Without All the Risk
Many advisors are using an ETN that focuses solely on the beneficiaries of the oil and gas boom, not the boom itself.
Why Hyperactively Managed Funds Outperform
Many mutual fund managers don’t do much, but those that do generate high alpha net of fees.
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.