State Street Wants Companies to Disclose Climate-Related Strategies
The third largest asset manager has issued a 4-point disclosure guide for oil and gas, utilities and mining companies.
Uncovering a Hidden Junk-Bond ETF Fee
Investors have been flooding into exchange-traded funds because they think they're cheap. But costs are tricky.
List of Money Managers Cutting Junk Bond Exposure Is Growing
Many cite the rich valuation of the sector, which makes it more vulnerable than other bond market sectors during a selloff.
DFA Announces Second Leadership Shakeup This Year
Co-CEO Eduardo Repetto is leaving; current co-CIO Gerard O'Reilly will replaces him in September.
National Philanthropic Trust Offers Donors New Impact Investment Options
Donors can create a "double bottom line by investing their DAF assets to generate a social and financial return," NPT says.
New White-Label ETF Platform Helps US Managers Build Presence in Europe
The platform, HANetf, was launched by two experienced ETF startup founders.
Stock Market Shrugs Off Strong Earnings
Almost 75% of S&P 500 companies have reported stronger-than-expected earnings, but that hasn't led to strong gains in the market.
2 Key Times to Invest in Actively Managed Funds
When should advisors consider investing their client monies in actively managed funds rather than cheaper passive index funds or ETFs?
Vanguard Is Way Ahead in the Robo Race
Its AUM at the end of the first half is more than four times the AUM of Schwab, its closest rival.
ETF Bubble? Nope, Says Schwab’s Kleintop
Since the low in 2009, ETFs that invest in stocks have seen assets rise about 500% — not enough for a bubble watch.