Merk: Greenspan Admits Fed Serves as Government’s Credit Card
Surprisingly candid remarks from Alan Greenspan suggest he is bullish on gold because the government cannot meet all of its financial obligations, Axel Merk says.
Time to Follow Bill Gross Into Unconstrained Bond Funds?
A strong case can be made for such flexible funds, but before you leap, consider three key issues.
Pershing Adds to FundVest Platform
New additions to the no-transaction-fee platform address a growing appetite for advisory share classes as FundVest assets cross the $100 billion threshold.
BlackRock Cuts Fees and Expenses on Three Bond Funds
The cuts come as Bill Gross’ PIMCO departure is sending billions of dollars to competing firms.
Schwab to Unleash No-Fee Robo-Giant
Schwab Intelligent Portfolios for retail investors has minimum of $5,000; will roll out early next year, followed by an RIA version.
Bob Rodriguez: New Great Recession Coming in 3 Years
The country is treading a tenuous path toward another disaster of massive proportions, according to legendary fund manager Bob Rodriguez.
Alternative Bond Funds: What Advisors Need to Know
Different funds have radically different strategies and management arrangements, experts say.
Top Portfolio Products: First Trust Launches Eurozone ETF
Meanwhile, Global X adds two ETFs based on JPMorgan's Efficiente and U.S. Sector Rotator indexes.
Does the World Have Too Many Active Managers?
Only a “small subset of the active managers and the hedge funds are useful to society,” Towers Watson's new think tank says.
Former PIMCO Parent Pacific Life Moves Accounts to Janus
Pacific Life is moving some money to Bill Gross’ new firm, Janus, which said the decision pre-dated Gross’ exit.