Wall Street Has New MiFID Migraine, Now in Futures Market
Banks are seeking CFTC relief from added regulatory burdens; futures brokers are concerned that compliance could add costs.
World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Wants Out of Oil and Gas
The plan would entail the fund, which controls about 1.5% of global stocks, dumping as much as $40 billion of shares.
Dancing Around the (Morning)Stars
Don't be an unintentional momentum investor. There are better measures than Morningstar ratings to evaluate a fund.
Impact Investing Can Be Profitable, New Report Says
Recent research has shed light on what are appropriate and achievable financial performance expectations.
New York Fed Sees a Healthy Fear in the Volatility Curve
Fed researchers say the market is “pricing in implied volatility of around 19% in one or two years’ time."
Helping Millennials Embrace Investment Risk
Millennials are more timid than older generations when it comes to investing their money.
Passive Investing a ‘Great Way to Free Up Time’: Schwab’s Clark
Most indie advisors see the rise of passive investing as an opportunity, not a threat, according to a Schwab survey.
Vanguard Shareholders Vote to Restructure REIT Funds and for Other Changes
They also approved proposals that provide more flexibility to switch fund advisors.
Where the Ultra-Wealthy Invested in Q3: Tiger 21
Members of the exclusive investing club generally consider index funds and ETFs a better alternative to hedge funds.
House, Senate Tax Bills Will Not Help Economy: Moody’s
Any fiscal stimulus would be canceled out, the ratings agency says.