3 Reasons Not to Worry About the Fed’s First Rate Hike
The first Fed rate hike in more than nine years might not be the big event that the market has been anticipating.
ETFs Then & Now: Before They Were Popular
Paul Frank of Stadion Funds started his ETF-based mutual fund more than 10 years ago, and he reflects on how the ETF industry has changed.
It's a Good Time to Visit Muniland, but Come Prepared
David Kotok, co-author of "Adventures in Muniland," and Matt Fabian of Municipal Market Analytics counsel muni bond investors on what to watch out for.
Top 5 Fixed Annuity Benefits to Discuss With Clients
The opportunity to make investments with a guaranteed minimum rate of return is just one of the reasons why fixed annuities are gaining steam.
Sell in May and Go ... Where?
Investors who sold in May are on track for a good year, S&P's Sam Stovall says. But where should they invest until November?
Investors Exit Active Funds to Tune of $159B Over Past Year: Morningstar
Morningstar reports $14.3 billion exited U.S. equity mutual funds and ETFs in July, but J.P. Morgan, American Funds buck active trend.
Top Portfolio Products: New Socially Responsible Funds From TIAA-CREF
New products and changes introduced over the last week also include plans for global environmental, social and governance scores from Morningstar.
Oil at 6-Year Low Amid Global Glut. How Low Can It Go?
Gary Shilling says crude is headed to between $10 and $20 a barrel, while Jeff Saut expects “outstanding opportunities” to buy oil-related securities, including MLPs.
China’s Confusing Currency Devaluation Means Get ‘Buy Lists’ Ready
The market’s big move on the China story appears to be like most big moves in summertime — exaggerated — because trading is thin, analysts say.
GMO’s Montier: Stocks Are Nowhere Near Fair Value
It would take 60 years for today’s stock market to be considered fair value assuming real interest rates remain at -2%, Montier says.