US Stocks Are Having One of the Best Years in Half a Century
But next year is unlikely to see a repeat of the unique conditions fueling the bull market, according to Jefferies.
First-Time Homebuyer Surge Complicates Housing Market
Demand among first-time buyers is rising while repeat purchases are falling, Genworth reports.
Vanguard, Passive Giant, to Roll Out First Active ETFs in US
Five of the seven funds will be targeted at advisors, and will begin trading in the first quarter of 2018.
Tax-Hike Fears Fuel Talk of Exodus From Northeast
The GOP's tax proposals would drive up taxes for many high-earners in the New York City area--should they move?
4 Hot Trends to Buy Into Before Year Ends
Before we bid our final adieu to 2018, we offer one last look at tradeable sectors for Q4 and beyond.
U.S. New-Home Sales Unexpectedly Rise to Highest in a Decade
Sales increased 6.2% to an annualized rate of 685,000, the highest since October 2007.
ETF Assets Predicted to Surge 73% by 2020: EY Global Report
RIAs were biggest buyers of ETFs in 2016, as report says industry will need to do more than just be inexpensive.
3 Economic Scenarios for Investors to Watch in Next 5 Years
BMO Global Asset Management gives probabilities to each of its forecasted scenarios.
AI-Powered Equity ETF Launches on NYSE Arca: Portfolio Products
In other product news, IndexIQ launches two actively managed municipal bond ETFs.
New HUD Reverse Mortgage Rules Change the Game for Borrowers
HUD recently implemented new rules that may make a reverse mortgage line of credit substantially less attractive to many seniors.