5 Market Investing Tips for Rest of 2014
The strongest performing groups in the equity sector so far in 2014 could be promising in the coming months.
Self-Directed Investors Increased ETF Allocations
Self-directed investors are opening up to ETFs in their retirement accounts, an analysis by Schwab found.
Why Stocks Are at a ‘Permanently High Plateau’
There are some serious factors that are driving today’s all-time highs.
Fidelity’s Durbin: RIAs Thriving; Top Clients See Robo-Advisors as Positive Trend
Fidelity IWS chief reports custodial business growing healthily, ironically with fewer, but larger, RIA client firms, who embrace virtual advice-giving.
International Investments Key to Fixed Income Diversification
John Kvale believes that diversification internationally is not just essential for equities, but also for fixed income.
Gundlach: Golden Age of Housing Is Over
CEO Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine says the fundamentals of the housing market are weak and that the recession has scarred a generation of home buyers.
Expanding the Efficient Frontier: Options-Based Strategies in Portfolios
Options can be a key tool in reducing volatility in client portfolios, particularly in fixed income. Here’s the evidence.
Vanguard Takes 90% of ETF Inflows in First Quarter
Vanguard added seven times more to ETFs in the first quarter than rest of the U.S. industry combined.
Top 10 States With Fastest 401(k) Growth
The average 401(k) balance in 2012 was nearly $76,000, up 11% over 2011, according to Judy Diamond Associates.
Gundlach Bearish on Stocks, Doubts QE Will End in 2014
Jeffrey Gundlach, DoubleLine CEO and bond expert, has an upbeat outlook on agriculture commodities and is considering buying Russian debt.