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As Puerto Rico crisis intensifies, mutual fund investors face loss of capital
If the island can't pay back all of its debts, some fund holders could suffer haircuts.
Positioning bond holdings for when the Federal Reserve raises interest rates
It's important to position portfolios both to gain from rising U.S. Treasury yields and to hedge against global risks in the bond markets.
The pursuit of happiness: Savings and income for a lifetime - InvestmentNews
Meeting income requirements throughout a lengthy retirement may require looking beyond traditional short-term and fixed income assets and considering equities, global investments and specific strategies such as product allocation to broaden income sources and match sources of income to expenses.
Emerging markets get more attractive by the day
Breakfast with Benjamin: Emerging markets getting more and more attractive. Plus: Bill Gross bounces back, the February buying opportunity, this isn't 1929, and Goldman manicures an apology for giving nail files to women.
Breaking the cycle of investment regret - InvestmentNews
How investors can harness emotions for better investment decisions; a new white paper from Franklin Templeton Investments.
Plan sponsors don't choose advisers based on pricing
Fees are important to plan sponsors shopping for advisers, but they aren't necessarily a deal breaker.
Franklin Templeton further elevates alt offerings with K2 buy
Franklin Resources Inc. Ticker:(BEN) is taking another step into the alternatives universe with the acquisition of K2 Advisors Holdings LLC, a $9.3 billion funds-of-hedge-funds firm.
Hasenstab's new normal: You've got to take risks just to preserve wealth
Easy money policy of central banks means cash no longer a safe haven; Greece is 'fiscally terminal'
Fee disclosures could put the squeeze on 401(k) fund firms
Asset managers that provide investments and nothing else may feel pricing pressure from index funds, plans sponsors
Hasenstab's 'Erin go bond' strategy triggers Templeton turnaround
Bets on distressed Irish debt vault Global Bond Fund back near the top; rough year in 2011
Crisis in Europe no 'cause for alarm': Mark Mobius
Emerging market guru says woes on continent won't drag world into recession; 'don't see a let-up in demand'
Why Mark Mobius is convinced stocks will rebound
Emerging market guru says inflation will force investors back into equities; 'bouncing along the bottom'
Franklin Resources is the hottest of the hot
Franklin Resources Inc., whose global brand is Franklin Templeton Investments, is beating every money manager in the S&P 500 this year
This fund firm is the hottest of the hot
Once dismissed as risky business, global investing is suddenly hot as a pistol. The big beneficiary? So far, Franklin Resources, which has seen its assets surge and its stock price soar.
U.S. debt mess will send investors running to Asia: Mark Mobius
Currency and stocks should see boost if debt-ceiling is not raised, Templeton boss predicts