Fidelity, Schwab: Donors Felt Extra Generous in 2014
Both of the big donor-advised fund sponsors reported big increases in grants by account holders, driven partly by Ebola and other health-related causes.
Alternative Assets Surged to $6.9 Trillion in 2014, Led by Hedge Funds
Hedge funds accounted for more than half the asset growth across alternatives, Preqin reported.
Faber’s No-Fee ETF — and Why Asset Allocation Doesn’t Matter
Concluding that low cost trumps portfolio optimization, investment quant Meb Faber provides an ETF to meet that need.
Investor Alert: Malaysia Faces Tough Going in 2015
Malaysia is going through rough times and investors need to be informed. Its economy has suffered and the trend looks likely to continue in the year to come.
Motif Investing Gets $40M From Chinese Internet Leader Renren
Joe Chen, Renren founder, and Carl Stern, a former Goldman Sachs and Boston Consulting executive, will both join Motif’s board of directors.
‘Ho Hum’ Equity Funds Deliver in Q4: Lipper
U.S. diversified equity products ticked up 4.6% in the period, while non-U.S. equity funds fell.
How to Invest in the Urbanization Explosion
Some 60 million to 70 million people will be added to the world’s urban population every year over the next three decades, Prudential says.
New Year’s Considerations for Retirement Planners
There are major considerations pre-retirees will need to make as they plan, save and invest in 2015.
15 Best Foreign Countries for Retirement: 2015
International Living's index ranks countries for those seeking a different type of retirement or one that is just more affordable.
Wainscott Capital’s Founder Thomas Gilbert Killed; Son Charged With Murder
Thomas Gilbert Jr. was charged with murder after allegedly having staged the shooting death of his father to look like a suicide, NYPD officials said.