Equities Slump, Gold Rallies as Contrarians Predicted
Jeffrey Gundlach and others had warned of a possible correction, as well as an improvement in gold.
PIMCO CEO El-Erian Resigns
The leadership change comes after annus horribilis for the firm's flagship bond fund, says an S&P Capital IQ expert.
After Slow ’13, REIT ETFs Lookin’ Up
Broad factors should lead to improvement in the sector, experts say, as real estate funds move into positive territory in January.
Two Homebuilder ETFs, Two Very Different Returns
Could 2014 be the year for homebuilder ETFs?
Tiger 21 Ultrawealthy Members See Slower Year Ahead
After a year when the S&P returned 27%, it's no surprise investors predict weaker markets, said Tiger 21 CEO Michael Sonnenfeldt.
Uncertainty Prevails in Bank Sector as Q4 Earnings Season Kicks Off
Some analysts expect the major banks to have "sluggish" earnings, but others see the market momentum as working in their favor.
An Age-by-Age Guide to Teaching Clients’ Children About Money
Money talk in some families is almost as taboo as sex talk, providing advisors an opportunity to educate clients and build relationships that last generations.
SEC Notes Progress, Room for Improvement at Credit Rating Agencies
Annual report to Congress says smaller competitors are gaining market share, but persistent problems include lack of sufficient independence at the agencies.
Keeping the Right Focus
It's been a good ride recently for total-return investors. First, the S&P 500 rose 25.2% through early December; global stocks, as tracked by Morgan Stanley, improved 21.6% during the same period.
Introducing FRED: a Free Analysis Tool From the Fed
I use FRED, an Excel add-on from the St. Louis Fed, to keep informed on all matters economic and markets, and to perform analysis.