World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Hits $1T
The sovereign wealth fund, which manages oil wealth for future generations, has ballooned in size since the first cash injection in 1996.
Your Portfolio May Be Less ‘International’ Than You Think
Home bias is rampant in advisors' portfolios, even when they think they are globally diversified, Janus Henderson says.
Will Bitcoin Ever Be a Fiduciary Asset?
Technical intricacies aside, Bitcoin has some interesting properties. For one, it is more closely correlated with the S&P 500 than you might think.
UBS Launches Products Tied to UN Development Goals: Portfolio Products
Four new mission-driven issuers join the ImpactUs Marketplace, while SummerHaven launches a liquid private equity index.
New S&P Index to Hedge Against Rising College Costs
The S&P Target Tuition Inflation Index is designed to protect college savings from losing value due to inflation.
13 Top-of-Mind Trends for Investment Managers
These are the forces that will shape the industry over the next three years, according to the CFA Institute.
401(k) Balances Are Up, but Is Your Retirement Plan Business?
Advisors should focus on gaps in investment performance, for instance, to boost their results in this space.
Who’s Warren Buffett’s Successor? JPMorgan Says ...
A new analyst at the investment bank points to one popular candidate, though there are others.
Goldman Starts Smart Beta ETF Price War
The move not only intensifies competition in smart beta but between smart beta and actively managed funds — possibly even passive index funds.
Before Equifax Plunged, and After, No Analysts Dared to Say Sell
The stock has lost almost 30% since news broke last Thursday that the credit reporting agency's database had been hacked.