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Sales plummet at Cole Capital

January 12, 2015

Sales of nontraded real estate investment trusts at Cole Capital fell off a cliff in December, with the leading sponsor and real estate manager selling a mere $4.5 million, compared with $274.4 million a year earlier. Fundraising for the Cole...

China, and the world's hottest stock exchange, beckons for American investors

January 11, 2015

The world's hottest stock exchange primarily comprises securities that neither you, nor your favorite manager or index fund, has ever bought. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index returned more than 50% last year. Meanwhile, China onshore...

Value managers root for more market turmoil

January 10, 2015

For the third time in 15 years, Eric Cinnamond is stuck on the sidelines watching many of his fund manager peers profit from a late-stage bull market. Almost six years after the market low of 2009, most small-cap stocks are way too expensive...

Hedge fund employees enjoy the fruits of their labor

January 9, 2015

Hedge fund employees enjoy the fruits of their labor, even if that labor didn't bear much fruit. Average compensation at $368k Pimco and JPMorgan add their seal of approval by jumping on the smart beta bandwagon. The fundamental-indexing category...

Supreme Court may weigh in on iShares case

January 9, 2015

The Supreme Court has been asked to consider a case involving claims that BlackRock Inc. retains too much of what it makes for lending securities held by its exchange-traded funds. Two clients of the popular iShares ETFs recently petitioned...

Big investor pulls nearly $5B from Pimco, cites organizational changes

January 9, 2015

New York City Retirement Systems terminated two Pimco bond strategies totaling $4.9 billion due to “concerns over recent organizational changes,” said Eric Sumberg, a spokesman for New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, fiduciary for...

Gross' Janus fund drew $175 million in December

January 9, 2015

Investors added an estimated $175 million to Bill Gross's fund at Janus Capital Group Inc. (JNS) in December, his third full month as manager. The Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund (JUCIX), which Mr. Gross has run since Oct. 6, expanded to...

Advisers preach calm, buckle in as markets bounce

January 8, 2015

Financial advisers aren't exactly shrugging off the recent bout of stock market volatility that has ushered in the New Year, but they're also not ready to call it the start of a much larger pullback that should be addressed with portfolio adjustments....

Pimco, J.P. Morgan build out smart beta franchises as sector heats up

January 8, 2015

Pimco and J.P. Morgan separately announced expansions to their suite of smart beta funds Thursday, adding to a quickly expanding trend in alternative investment strategies. Pimco said it plans to expand its strategic relationship with Rob Arnott's...

Advisers punished for diversifying globally

January 8, 2015

As mutual fund investors have warmed up to investing outside the United States, financial markets have punished them for doing so. After 2013 paid those investors a handsome gain (“foreign large blend” funds as tracked by Morningstar Inc....

Nobody can accuse Bill Gross of not eating his own cooking

January 8, 2015

Bill Gross' new Janus fund is wildly popular largely because of Bill Gross. Literally. Most of the money in the fund belongs to the Bond King. Much of the fledgling Janus Unconstrained Bond Fund's 9,100% asset growth since September is Gross'...

How to manage your clients' emotions when market volatility spikes

January 8, 2015

The market volatility we've seen at the start of 2015, due in part to falling energy prices and fresh uncertainty in the eurozone, has many investors exercising caution when including equities in their portfolios. Based on our quarterly Fidelity...

Rate hike not likely before April: Federal Reserve

January 7, 2015

Most Federal Reserve officials agreed their new policy guidance means they are unlikely to raise interest rates before late April, and a number expressed concern inflation could remain too low, minutes of their December meeting showed. “Most...

Bond fund managers bravely approach beaten down energy debt

January 7, 2015

Courageous bond fund managers are starting to gobble up the debt from beaten down energy companies. Junk-related energy issues down 7.4% last year Blaming oil for slowing home prices. Why not? Hot real estate markets and energy-intensive states...

Wilshire rolls out BDC index, setting the stage for investible versions

January 7, 2015

In the latest sign of a relatively obscure investment strategy finding its way out of the shadows, business development companies are getting their own index, which will likely lead to an investible product soon. Wilshire Associates Inc. announced...

Volatility in stocks expected to climb amid anxiety over oil, global growth, rates

January 6, 2015

It's the consensus view of options analysts that day-to-day turbulence in the U.S. stock market will increase this year after falling since 2011. So far, nothing's happened to prove them wrong. Deutsche Bank AG became at least the third major...

Nontraded REIT sales at Realty Capital slip in 2014 but big drop avoided

January 6, 2015

Sales at Realty Capital Securities, the wholesaler for Nicholas Schorsch's AR Capital nontraded real estate investment trusts, slipped 7.6% in 2014, but given the accounting scandal that rocked the REIT czar's empire in the fourth quarter, it...

Finra hawks fiduciary in its regulatory priorities for 2015

January 6, 2015

Finra released its regulatory and exam priorities for the new year Tuesday, saying most compliance problems can be alleviated if brokerage firms act in the best interests of their clients — an unusual move for an industry that must only ensure...

ETF managers, bringing in historic levels of cash, still preparing for a bear

January 6, 2015

Even as U.S. stocks notched their sixth straight year in the black in 2014, investors weren't the only ones to ask when the music would stop. ETF managers, whose mostly index-tracking products will follow the market down just as they followed...

Global markets offer opportunities but central bankers hold the key: El-Erian

January 6, 2015

Mohamed A. El-Erian, former CEO of Pacific Investment Management Co. and now chief economic adviser at Pimco parent Allianz SE, said Tuesday that volatile global markets are providing a buying opportunity for investors. But Mr. El-Erian warned...

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