Janus-Henderson Merger May Not Slow Firms’ Outflows
One analyst says the deal brings both sides added distribution capabilities in untapped global markets, but it’s unclear whether outflows can be stopped.
Bill Gross: Central Bankers Are Gamblers Fueling ‘Capital Destruction’
Janus bond guru compares Yellen, Draghi, Kuroda to delusional gamblers who follow the “Martingale System.”
4 Events That Could Disrupt Global Markets in Q4: Russell Investments
Investors should be risk managers rather than risk takers in Q4, says Russell Investments’ Eitelman.
Top Portfolio Products: Actively Managed ETFs From TrimTabs, AdvisorShares, ProShares
The new ETFs target stocks with strong cash flow and high dividends, Korean equities, oil futures and a socially responsible money market equivalent.
Can Smart Beta Work for Fixed-Income ETFs?
Several specialists lay out the case for these products and highlight factors driving premiums for the strategy.
Morgan Stanley, Goldman Split on Where Treasuries Will End 2016
As Morgan Stanley calls for U.S. bond rally in Q4, Goldman joins Gundlach in view that U.S. 10-year yields should rise to 2%.
California Suspends ‘Business Relationships’ With Wells Fargo
California is the largest municipal-bond issuer in the U.S. and has $75 billion in investments.
Yellen Grilled About Fed Politics at House Hearing
Rep. Scott Garrett presses Yellen over a Fed Governor’s donation to Clinton campaign.
Top Portfolio Products: First Trust, Amplify and Van Eck Introduce ETFs
New ETFs include sector and dividend-paying stock funds as well as municipal bond funds.
A Time of ‘Financial Repression’: Seawright
The facts surrounding bonds and interest rates suggest there are good reasons to be concerned, as plenty of people already are.