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Popularity of index funds and ETFs driving down average costs: Morningstar

May 23, 2017

As assets continue to flow into index mutual funds, ETFs and institutional share classes, investors paid less in fund expenses in 2016 than ever before, said Morningstar, Inc., in its annual fund fee study. The asset-weighted average net expense...

Gold shines in an uncertain bull market

April 7, 2017

Gold is only happy when it rains — and if your clients have gold in their portfolio, today would be a good reason to remind them why. Gold pays no dividends and has no earnings. Anyone looking for growth has no business investing in the yellow...

Record $132 billion flowed into ETFs in first quarter

April 4, 2017

Inflows into exchange-traded funds totaled a record-breaking $132 billion from January through March, beating the previous record of $106 billion set in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to State Street Global Advisors. Inflows of $35.5...

Metamorphosis of DC investment-only wholesalers

March 19, 2017

In the 1949 Arthur Miller play "Death of a Salesman," 63-year-old Willy Loman confronts his future. Bombastic and unrealistic, Mr. Loman looks in the mirror and sees few, if any, viable or attractive alternatives. Though it's not as bleak, financial...

John Hancock picks robo for retirement accounts

January 10, 2017

John Hancock Retirement Plan Services will integrate NextCapital's digital 401(k) platform and begin offering its automated retirement plans and IRA rollovers over the next 12 months. NextCapital's robo-platform allows retirement plan participants...

Outlook for 2017: Strategists from Vanguard, Fidelity, Franklin Templeton, Ameriprise, BlackRock and others weigh in

December 20, 2016

Economists make predictions because people ask them to, and the same holds true for market strategists. Here's a roundup of predictions for 2017 from major fund companies and brokerages. VANGUARD: JOE DAVIS, CHIEF GLOBAL ECONOMIST, AND TEAM...

Target-date fund managers evolve to capture burgeoning 401(k) market

December 5, 2016

For providers of target-date funds, it's no longer enough to be a one-trick pony. Over the last several years, TDF managers have engaged in a marketing bonanza of new products to stand out in an increasingly competitive — and lucrative —...

Technology can offer support to advisers with aging clients

October 27, 2016

Financial advisers increasingly worried about serving aging clients who may suffer from dementia or even Alzheimer's Disease can begin to look toward technology for some relief. New fintech efforts focus on arming financial advisers with tools...

Testing the limits of ETF tax efficiency

September 28, 2016

Investors in exchange-traded funds don't normally have to fret about tax bills, because tax efficiency is one of the main sales pitches right along with transparency, liquidity and lower fees. But thanks to recent adjustments in certain indexes...

Legislation supporting multiple employer plans could become reality by year-end

September 22, 2016

A policy mechanism that's somewhat of an industry darling when it comes to the notion of boosting retirement-plan coverage is now within reach, following the Senate Finance Committee's unanimous approval of retirement legislation on Wednesday....

Charles Schwab fires latest salvo in low-cost TDF war

August 25, 2016

Charles Schwab Corp. has upped the ante in the push to be the lowest-cost provider of target-date retirement funds, launching a new series of target-dated mutual funds on Thursday that edge out Vanguard Group and Fidelity Investments to claim...

ETF providers scramble to put Aug. 24 'flash crash' in rearview mirror

August 23, 2016

If there is an upside to the Aug. 24, 2015 “flash crash” that saw volatility spike and trigger nearly 1,300 individual trading halts, it is that the asset management industry and the exchanges are now scrambling to work with regulators to...

Fidelity, American Century and Jefferies offer upbeat outlooks for second half of 2016

August 9, 2016

Reading most financial firms' outlook for the second half of 2016, you'd get the impression that the stock market is on a one-way toboggan ride to a desolate wasteland of low returns and high volatility. But a few companies have managed to produce...

State Street Global Advisers to shutter 12 unloved ETFs

August 8, 2016

State Street Global Advisors is sending 12 of its exchange-traded funds to Palookaville, citing limited market demand. Most of the ETFs being liquidated are international with an out-of-favor BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) flavor. For...

Neuberger Berman sued for excessive 401(k) fees

August 4, 2016

Neuberger Berman, an investment manager with $246 billion in assets under management, has been sued by a participant in the company's 401(k) plan for alleged self-dealing, whereby the firm offered a high-fee, poorly performing proprietary fund...

Franklin Templeton sued by employees for self-dealing in 401(k) plan

August 1, 2016

Franklin Resources Inc., the asset management firm operating under the name Franklin Templeton Investments, has been sued for self-dealing in its own 401(k), joining a growing list of similarly situated companies targeted by their employees...

Active ETFs produce few stars and even fewer fans

July 28, 2016

Actively managed exchange-traded funds continue to represent one of the unsolved mysteries of the asset management industry. It is an incarnation that is less than a decade old that includes some glowing success stories, a general reluctance...

BlackRock, State Street, TIAA: Expect lower returns, higher volatility ahead

July 22, 2016

The mid-year forecasts are rolling in, and the outlook is mostly disappointing, with a chance of dread. From BlackRock: “We are living in a low return world. Equity market returns have leapt ahead of economic fundamentals since the financial...

New York Life sued by employees claiming excessive 401(k) fees

July 20, 2016

New York Life Insurance Co. is the newest member to the ever-growing list of asset managers and retirement plan providers being sued by their employees for fiduciary breach in the company 401(k) plan. Current participants in two New York Life...

Jeffrey Gundlach reaches for bond king crown as DoubleLine's active ETF closes in on Pimco

June 22, 2016

The ongoing battle for bragging rights between DoubleLine and Pimco is about to shift in favor of DoubleLine, as its actively managed bond ETF — with Jeffrey Gundlach at the helm — gets closer to eclipsing Pimco's version of the strategy....

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