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Best- and worst-performing equity mutual funds

May 14, 2017

LARGE CAP GROWTH Top 10 Portfolio net assets ($M) 1-year return 3-year return 5-year return Expense ratio* USAA Nasdaq-100 Index Fund (USNQX) $1,253.60 23.95% 16.07% 16.65% 0.57% Morgan Stanley Inst Portfolio I (MSEQX) $3,362.30 23.14% 12.71%...

Best- and worst-performing fixed-income funds

May 14, 2017

CORE BOND Top 10 Portfolio net assets ($M) 1-year return 3-year return 5-year return Expense ratio* Miller Intermediate Bond Fund I (MIFIX) $162.50 7.74% N/A N/A 1.25% River Canyon Total Return Bond Fund Institutional (RCTIX) $27.50 6.25% N/A...

Best- and worst-performing international funds

May 14, 2017

EQUITY INTERNATIONAL MULTI-CAP CORE Top 10 Portfolio net assets ($M) 1-year return 3-year return 5-year return Expense ratio* Oakmark International Fund Investor (OAKIX) $29,763.20 21.82% 2.87% 11.02% 1.05% PIMCO StocksPLUS International Fd...

Investors turn to international equity funds in April

May 12, 2017

Stock investors sent their money to Paris in April — and London, Hong Kong and Brussels, according to Morningstar's most recent report on mutual fund and ETF flows. International equity funds saw a net $21.1 billion in new money in April,...

The Reality of Investing in a Misunderstood Europe

May 1, 2017

George R. Evans, CFA Chief Investment Officer, Equities, Portfolio Manager Investors' perception of the opportunity in European equities has been clouded, but in reality we believe the region is an exciting place to invest. The currency weakness...

John Bogle says investors don't need to own international stocks​

April 29, 2017

John Bogle founded The Vanguard Group — the nation's largest mutual fund company, introduced the world to index funds, and has saved investors trillions of dollars in fees and commissions. And he doesn't care for international investing. "Everyone...

Is it time to go international?

April 29, 2017

The question for advisers now: When will the hurting stop? More importantly, if international investing is worthwhile, what do you need to tell clients? No less a personality than John Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group, has expressed skepticism...

Meet the ETF Class of 2016

January 17, 2017

As the exchange-traded fund industry gears up for the Inside ETFs conference in Hollywood, Fla., a look at last year's new funds provides some insights as to what's hot and what's not. Morningstar (MORN) lists 239 ETFs that made their debut...

Top emerging markets for investors in 2017

January 3, 2017

There are some clear favorites among investors for 2017. All things Russian and Indian are popular, as are Brazilian corporate bonds and Mexico's cheap peso. The top calls for this year are centered on markets where the political climate is...

Big bets come back to haunt Franklin Templeton's global bond fund

October 5, 2016

The $44 billion Templeton Global Bond Fund (TGBAX) is probably not what most financial advisers would expect from a strategy in such a bland and stoic category as world bond funds. But, based on the pace of money flowing out of the fund over...

Advisers weigh pros and cons of Janus-Henderson merger

October 3, 2016

The announced merger between Janus Capital Group Inc. and London's Henderson Group is getting mostly good reviews from the industry, including the financial markets. In mid-day trading Monday, the day the all-stock deal was announced, Janus...

Janus Capital agrees to merge with London's Henderson Global

October 3, 2016

Janus Capital Group Inc. has announced an all-stock merger with London's Henderson Group Plc, creating a global active management complex with $320 billion under management. The combined market capitalization will be approximately $6 billion....

Advisers are bracing for a September market storm

August 31, 2016

As financial advisers prepare to relax over the Labor Day weekend break, many are also bracing for an increased focus on the kinds of market volatility that typically comes with September. With perspectives ranging from, it happens every year...

Goldman says U.S. investors should keep their portfolios local

July 21, 2016

Most U.S. investors, who are already too heavily exposed to domestic stocks, should keep investing along those lines. According to Goldman Sachs, the U.S. is the only real safe haven right now. The U.S. is still in better shape than the rest...

Japan's stock market rally has investors suddenly looking eastward

July 14, 2016

The sudden rally in Japan has some citing a turnaround, riding on the wave of Abenomics. Expanded stimulus program coming. The controversial use of stock-buyback plans is at least partially responsible for the stock market rally. The repurchasing...

Bond market is signaling it's time to sell stocks

July 5, 2016

The direction of bond yields does not bode well for the equity markets. This looks like a dangerous disconnect. All the reasons you need to stay bullish on the U.S. economy. Home to the world's top brands. Making the case for not abandoning...

Trouble ahead? Stock and bond markets sending divergent signals

July 5, 2016

The bond market is screaming “halt,” while the stock market is scratching its head wondering what all the fuss is about. For financial advisers, the challenge will be to figure out whether it makes more sense to trust the bond market's signals...

The markets brace for Puerto Rico's default

June 30, 2016

The markets are bracing for the next shoe to drop in the form of a default by Puerto Rico. The plan to default on $1 billion worth of general obligation bonds. With GE Capital now off the list of financial institutions the government considers...

Stocks rebound from the Brexit vote in a show of resilience that should be alarming

June 29, 2016

What does it say about the U.S. equity markets when stocks react so violently to a Brexit vote that had a 50/50 chance of happening, and then just puff right back up again three trading days later? No offense to dead cats, but this is not a...

Brexit vote whipsaws markets, tests financial advisers' resolve

June 24, 2016

The global stock market selloff Friday following the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union proved that the financial markets largely believed Britain was going to vote for the status quo. While many financial advisers and market...

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