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Invesco said to mull ETF-only Guggenheim deal

August 24, 2017

Invesco's rumored purchase of Guggenheim Partners' retail mutual fund business may be limited to a $1 billion buyout of Guggenheim's ETF operations, Barron's reports. That represents a significant rollback from previous rumors. Earlier in August,...

Public pensions put Pimco on watch after Gross exit

October 13, 2014

The departure of William H. Gross from Pacific Investment Management Co. might end up cutting deeper into his personal reputation than into the $1.87 trillion in assets under management at the firm he was synonymous with for 40 years. Mr. Gross'...

O'Hanley: Heir to Fidelity throne, or just passing through?

May 17, 2010

Ronald P. O'Hanley has the temperament and business savvy needed to occupy the premier industry hot seat between Edward “Ned” Johnson, chairman and CEO of Fidelity Investments, and his daughter Abigail, industry executives say. There's no...

Housing, banking news drives market up

May 18, 2009

Stocks started the week strong today as upbeat news on housing and banking helped boost the Dow Jones industrial average up more than 200 points. The Dow closed up 235.44, or 2.85%, at 8,504.08; the S&P 500 rose 26.83, or 3.04%, closing at 909.71;...

LaSalle: Real estate valuations to fall in '09

December 16, 2008

Real estate valuations are expected to fall next year, with the low point in the cycle expected in 2010, according to LaSalle Investment Management’s Investment Strategy Annual, a comprehensive survey of global real estate markets. Commercial...

Redefining 'tunnel vision'

June 13, 2019

Many Mid-Atlantic and New England drivers heading south often take a shortcut: the almost 18-mile-long Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, linking the Delmarva Peninsula with the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area. Consisting of two bridges, miles of causeway,...

Is the Fed fighting the last war?

December 17, 2013

In recent posts, we have approached the problem of the outlook for interest rates by outlining the questions that surround the potential growth rate of the U.S. economy. It is established that this rate is heavily influenced by conditions in...

Mohamed El-Erian: What the market rebound is telling investors

June 10, 2019

Investors heavily exposed to U.S. stocks just had their best week of the year. But the rebound also raised several questions related to market behavior, policy and economics. How they are answered will prove consequential not only for market...

Funds confront liquidity worries

June 27, 2019

The first blow-up shook an investment fund in Switzerland. The second and third rocked funds in the U.K. Now, with warnings growing louder about the risks money managers have taken with hard-to-trade investments, Wall Street is starting to wonder:...

Volatility: How separately managed accounts were effected

August 14, 2011

The domestic-equity markets were extremely volatile during the second quarter, particularly in June. April continued the pattern of the first quarter as the Russell 1000 Index was up 3% and the Russell 2000 Index was up 2.6%. Both indexes were...

Bill Gross: How a global debt crisis trickles down to investors

March 1, 2010

The following is a monthly commentary written by Bill Gross, managing director and co-chief investment officer at Pacific Investment Management Co. LLC. I haven't gone to a cocktail party in over 10 years. Granted, perpetually watching Seinfeld...

Wealthy families are adding forests to their portfolios

June 17, 2019

Tom Crowder spent much of his two-year career in the NFL running away from men who weighed upwards of 300 pounds. These days? He worries about bears and snakes. As a senior vice president at Bank of America Corp., Mr. Crowder spends most days...

Don't bet your retirement on a fake track record

June 17, 2019

Suppose you like to play the horse races, and your bookie tells you he has developed a surefire, computer-generated formula for picking winners. It's based on hundreds of variables such as the weather and a horse's age, and he has "backtested"...

A tale of two hospitals: How informed investing uncovered risks – and opportunities

May 3, 2019

Making informed investment decisions in the municipal bond market requires especially knowledgeable investment professionals who can generate insightful research. With more than 55,000 issues, the market is so vast that opportunities may be...

Investment Perspectives: With Ivy's Mike Avery

February 4, 2014

InvestmentNews | Has central bank policy helped or hurt the global economy since the financial crisis in 2008? Mike Avery | The actions taken by central bankers helped get the global economy out of a steeper decline than it may have been in...

The shutdown shows that Americans need to save more

January 28, 2019

Now that the government shutdown is over, perhaps it is appropriate to consider a delicate question: Is it still OK to tell people they need to save more money? It's an issue that came to the fore during the last five weeks, when hundreds of...

Barry Ritholtz defends Wall Street, warts and all

November 13, 2018

I have railed against financial service industry excesses, such as over-the-top fees, the manipulation of investor emotions, the pursuit of alpha at the expense of beta and the failure to make clients' interests the priority via a fiduciary...

Understanding the costs of ETF selection

October 18, 2018

When you shop for a car, you probably have a budget in mind. You likely also consider more than the sticker price, including implicit costs like reliability, fuel economy and how much it will cost to insure and repair. And you may consider opportunity...

Small-cap stocks best large-cap, while growth stocks continue to trounce value

October 22, 2018

Growth stocks are trouncing value. Small caps are beating large. And more professional managers are beating their benchmarks now than a year earlier. Those are only some of the details from the latest S&P Indices Versus Active Funds U.S. Scorecard,...

Necessity begets stability

October 9, 2018

Coming out of the financial crisis, advisers could only dream of a nine-year bull market. Its reality now keeps most up at night.

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