A Subtle Benefit of Being an Independent Advisor
With no manager expecting higher “production” as you research stocks or bonds, you can actually pick what’s best for those clients.
Top Portfolio Products: Morningstar Adds Global Risk Model
Morningstar's risk model evaluates more more than 40,000 stocks and 10,000 equity funds to help investors understand potential risks and returns.
Emerging Market Equity Funds Stage a Comeback
One key reason they're outperforming developed market funds: limited exposure to European stocks.
SMA Manager of the Year Cory Robinson on Bond Duration
TJIM's Cory Robinson talks about what duration means for bond strategies in low-interest rate environments.
Fed Left June Rates Unchanged Because of Jobs Report, Brexit Vote
Will the Fed continue to refrain from raising rates because of uncertainty resulting from the Brexit vote?
Bill Gross: Slow Credit Growth Means Little or No Gain in Stocks
Bond fund manager Bill Gross has a message for those hoping to reap investment gains this year: Don’t expect much, and be prepared for losses.
El-Erian: 10-Year Treasury Could Fall Below 1%
“We no longer control our yield curve,” Mohamed El-Erian of Allianz told CNBC.
Vanguard Attracts Record New Money as Investors Flock to Passive
The firm had $148 billion in inflows in first six months of 2016; some rival managers struggle to compete for client cash.
U.S. Economy SLUGish; Brexit Shock Lingers: Schwab’s Sonders
“The U.S. economy continues to move like a SLUG — with Slow, Lumbering, Unstable Growth,” according to Liz Ann Sonders.
Treasury Yields Hit Record Lows; Strategists Warn Against Chasing Yield
The 10-year Treasury note yield slid to 1.37% in afternoon trading Tuesday. Even before Brexit, long-term U.S. rates were falling.