Investors Say End of Bull Market Is Coming, but They Feel Fine
Three in 10 investors would rather be stuck in traffic for an hour than rebalance their portfolio, Wells Fargo reports.
Bridgewater’s Dalio: ‘Radical’ Methods, ‘Radical’ Results
The famed Bridgewater founder discusses with ThinkAdvisor the state of the markets, his advice for wealth managers and the embarrassing mistake that supercharged his career.
Tax-Cut Cash Could End Up in Unexpected Places
Traders are expecting companies to invest more under a reformed tax regime. But they may be getting ahead of themselves.
Democrats Blast Trump Tax Outline, See ‘Rothification’ of 401(k) Plans
Advocates for retirement savers had a mixed reaction to the tax reform blueprint.
So Few Market Winners, So Much Dead Weight
Just 4% of public companies account for all of the gains. How can investors find the top-performing stocks — and should they even bother trying?
Sen. Shelby Doesn't Think Trump Will Reappoint Yellen to Fed
The Republican senator from Alabama had spoken with Trump about the Fed before discussing his expectations on Bloomberg TV.
Building the New Berlin Tax Wall: Treasury’s Anti-Inversion Regulations
The analogy of U.S. corporate tax policy is the Berlin Wall, because it clearly illustrates the melding of bad policy and all-but-certain failure.
Actively Managed Funds Stage a Short-Term Comeback
More than half of actively managed U.S. equity funds beat their benchmark in the 12 months ended June 30, according to the latest SPIVA report.
Sizing Up QE Now That It’s Ended
Did quantitative easing do any good? It probably helped end the Great Recession, though we'll never know for sure.
More Reasons to Avoid Long-Term Bonds
Investors seeking higher bond yields this year are likely to be disappointed despite indications of another Fed hike.