Gundlach Called Oil and Junk in 2015. What Will He Predict for 2016?
Here’s a sampling of Gundlach’s forecasts made on Jan. 13, 2015, and how they fared.
Top 14 Fund Managers of 2015: Morningstar
Winners will be picked in five categories, with no one firm dominating the list of nominees.
Is Cash the Best Defense in This Troubled Market?
Some actively managed mutual funds are hoarding cash as stocks post their worst weekly start to a new year since 1928.
Schwab Adds 14 Commission-Free ETFs; Legg Mason Offers ETF Suite
A busy week for ETFs: Many new funds plus new additions to Schwab's OneSource.
Bob Doll’s 10 Predictions for 2016
The Nuveen equity strategist shares his views on equities, bonds and even who will win the White House.
Gary Shilling: China’s Economic Glory Days Are Over
Gary Shilling talked to ThinkAdvisor about why China "will grow old before she grows rich."
Who’s Right on Future Rate Hikes — the Market or the Fed?
Forget the jobs data; Schwab's Liz Ann Sonders and Kathy Jones say inflation data will be the key determinant for future rate hikes.
Some FOMC Members Saw December Rate Rise as ‘Close Call’
Some policymakers worried about too-low inflation and received assurances that their colleagues would closely monitor its progress.
Puerto Rico’s GO Debt Rallies, but Problems Remain for Bondholders
"Something has to give. The territory is struggling each day to meet its obligations," says muni credit researcher Richard Ciccarone.
Puerto Rico General-Obligation Bonds Rise as Default Averted
Officials said the commonwealth would pay all that it owed on the constitutionally protected debt while missing payments on other securities.