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Faith-based funds attract loyal investors

August 20, 2019

Applying religious screens to mutual funds and ETFs is sometimes compared to investing with one hand tied behind your back, but that's just fine for a large and growing number of investors. "If people are really interested in faith-based investing,...

Stock volatility spurs worst run of ETF withdrawals in six months

August 19, 2019

A volatile few months for global stock markets is taking its toll on exchange-traded funds. Almost $18 billion fled U.S.-listed equity ETFs during the past three weeks, the most since February, according to data compiled by Bloomberg Intelligence....

Ex-broker in South Florida pleads guilty in Castleberry Financial fraud case

August 19, 2019

A one-time South Florida broker with 15 years of experience in the securities industry pleaded guilty for his role in a $3.6 million investment scheme called Castleberry Financial Services. The former broker, Scott P. Strochak, 58, had worked...

Why Pimco fixed-income fund fell as long bonds rallied

August 19, 2019

The rally that lifted long-term U.S. bonds this month eluded the world's largest actively managed fixed-income fund. Dan Ivascyn's $130 billion Pimco Income Fund lost 1.07% since July 31. Its benchmark, the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. bond aggregate...

Cost to play bigger role in investment recommendations

August 19, 2019

Cost will soon play a more important role in the investment recommendations brokers make to clients. The Securities and Exchange Commission, as part of its recent overhaul of investment-advice standards for brokers and financial advisers, explicitly...

Broker barred for excessive trading that cost clients $1.8 million

August 16, 2019

The brokerage industry's regulator has barred broker Gregory T. Dean from the industry for excessively trading customer accounts, which led to $1.8 million in losses for clients but generated hefty commissions for him. Mr. Dean, formerly registered...

Falling rates expose duration risk in bond funds

August 16, 2019

Falling interest rates across the global fixed-income market have proven to be a boon for certain bond funds that are pushing the limits on interest-rate risk. For example, by delivering promised longer-duration exposure, both the Pimco Extended...

Investing tips from the wealthiest family on earth

August 16, 2019

Sam Walton would probably be bewildered by the businesses his grandchildren have chosen to pursue, but the late founder of the world's largest family fortune would likely have applauded their initiative. [More: Estate tax pretty much 'optional,'...

IRS sends second round of warnings to crypto investors

August 16, 2019

Some cryptocurrency investors are receiving a new round of letters from the Internal Revenue Service telling them that their federal tax returns don't match the information received from virtual currency exchanges, a new front in the agency's...

IFS Securities hit with $10 million trading loss: reports

August 15, 2019

A midsize broker-dealer in Atlanta is facing a potential loss of at least $10 million after its head municipal securities trader made unauthorized trades and shorted Treasury bonds, according to published reports. Keith Wakefield, the former...

Bitcoin clobbered in market sell-off

August 15, 2019

Bitcoin is quickly losing the refuge designation that some advocates bestowed on it in recent weeks as the largest cryptocurrency joins the global slide in riskier assets. Smaller rivals tumbled even further. After rallying while U.S. equities...

SEC wins trial against former broker on insider trading charges

August 15, 2019

Jurors in Atlanta federal court have found former New Jersey broker Raymond J. Pirrello Jr. liable for insider trading in advance of three merger and acquisition transactions. [More:​ SEC bars Long Island broker for insider trading] Evidence...

Insurers pivot amid declining interest rates

August 15, 2019

Interest rates have done an about-face, and insurers are feeling the pinch. Just less than a year ago, insurance companies, financial advisers and their clients were celebrating the return of higher interest rates. More money flowed into insurers'...

Countdown to catastrophe? The yield curve and the stock market

August 14, 2019

A key portion of the U.S. Treasury yield curve has inverted, an ominous sign for the economy and the stock market. But what investors should do about it is a complicated question. Looking at 10 times when the spread between two- and 10-year...

Franklin Templeton fund biggest loser as Argentine assets plummet

August 14, 2019

The dramatic decline in Argentine assets is wreaking havoc on some of the largest U.S. money managers. (More: The 4 biggest risks for US equity investors) Funds with high exposure to the South American nation tumbled Monday after President Mauricio...

Decision on Bitcoin ETF put off again by SEC

August 13, 2019

The Securities and Exchange Commission again delayed a decision on approving two Bitcoin exchange-traded funds, dealing another blow to those in the cryptocurrencies community holding on to the belief that a favorable decision was imminent....

Brokerage customers winning more Finra arbitration cases

August 13, 2019

The number of Finra arbitration cases has declined through the first half of the year, but customer victories have increased. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. arbitration statistics posted on the regulator's website show there were...

Ladenburg Thalmann invests in impact investing startup

August 13, 2019

Ladenburg Thalmann's latest technology investment is going to Newday Financial Technologies, a startup focused on providing millennials with low-cost impact investing strategies. Newday is an asset management firm that develops investment funds...

Helping clients manage volatility for the long run

August 12, 2019

Since last September, we've seen the S&P 500 Index reach an all-time high, weather a 20% drop, gain it all back and keep on climbing. Financial professionals are accustomed to these ups and downs, but to an investor saving for retirement, a...

Vanguard put shares of gun maker in a gun-free ETF

August 12, 2019

Vanguard Group Inc.'s biggest sustainable exchange-traded fund bought shares of gun maker Sturm Ruger & Co. Inc. and held them for more than a month, mimicking an error in the benchmark it tracks. Vanguard US ESG Stock ETF (ESGV) says it tracks...

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