Dollar Will Still Reign Supreme in 2016
Why 2016 could be the year that the dollar reaches parity with the euro.
20 Things Bob Rodriguez Is Watching in 2016
The famed money manager anticipates a dramatic and pivotal year.
What Yale's Investment Guru Wants for Christmas
David Swensen, the legendary chief investment officer at Yale, says “America’s equity markets are broken,” rigged in favor of short-term players and against individual investors.
Investors Pulled $35B Out of Active Funds Last Month: Morningstar
Some (but not all) PIMCO funds are losing investors at a fast clip, while Vanguard shines.
Vanguard Says Its Lower Fund Fees Saved Investors $12.4 Million in a Year
However, the pull of index funds is hurting active managers and other Wall Street players.
Top 6 Investment Ideas for 2016
Given the current backdrop, investors and advisors need to choose their investments carefully for 2016, then monitor them closely.
SEC Allows Third Avenue to Temporarily Halt Redemptions
The firm canceled a controversial plan to freeze shareholder assets for a year or more.
What Forecasters Got Right, Wrong on Economy for 2015
As the season of economic forecasts is once again upon us, here's a look at how the predictions for 2015 played out.
Meltdown in the High-Yield Market: Turning Point or Opportunity?
Are high-yield corporate bonds the next zombie apocalypse jeopardizing the financial system, or does turmoil in the high-yield market create a buying opportunity?
The SEC Has a History of Punishing Advisors for Others' Missteps
The SEC’s action against Virtus for negligence by a subadvisor shows why investment advisors should take no comfort from the SEC’s setbacks in court.