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Small cap stocks go large on dividend payouts
Dividend income is increasing from an unlikely source: small companies. It's a trend that has the potential to throw a wrench into traditional asset allocation models, and even add a performance boost to dividend-focused mutual funds as smaller companies are added to portfolios typically dominated
Legg Mason snags two top executives from Vanguard for ETF push
Baltimore-based mutual fund manager takes big step toward a popular product.
In target date funds, performance starts to trump risk management as assets balloon
Some strategies stay aggressive right up to target date while others dial down risk; each group has its reasons
Fidelity records massive profit, despite fund outflows
Boston mutual fund and brokerage giant increased its earnings by 29% last year despite surging investor redemptions of its mutual funds.
Sallie Krawcheck: Don't underestimate robo-advisers
Sallie Krawcheck says online advice industry is filling a gap in the marketplace.
BlackRock expanding efforts on impact investing
BlackRock Inc., the world's largest money manager by assets, on Monday announced the launch of a unit that will cater to investors who want to bring social or environmental goals to their portfolios.The firm said it was installing Deborah Winshel, a figure in New York's philanthropic scene who most
J.P. Morgan funds garner most dollars from advisers: Morningstar
Advisers flock to firm's broad range of products while competitors see only select interest.
A case for getting bold on gold
On today's Breakfast with Benjamin, are investors ready to run back into precious metals? Plus: What a breakup of JPMorgan Chase would look like, seeing 2015 through the eyes of Jeffrey Gundlach, and the pros and cons of living in a state with no income tax.
Hedge fund employees enjoy the fruits of their labor
On Friday's Breakfast with Benjamin, average compensation at hedge funds remains gaudy, even with performance down. Plus: Smart beta takes another step out of the shadows, the right way to clean up your portfolio, and the new Congress sets the tone by taking an early swipe at Obamacare.
The 'Teflon Banker' gets what he wants
After cancer treatment, Jamie Dimon is back as banking's man in Washington.
More buyers than sellers in the bond market means yields will remain low in 2015
JPMorgan estimates global demand will outstrip supply by roughly $400 billion.
Global buying binge pumps more air into the bond market run
Start your week with Breakfast with Benjamin, featuring a global bond market mismatch that now has demand far outstripping supply. Plus: Loading up on stocks after retirement, how Larry Summers got it wrong, and new liquid alts players breaks it down for investors and advisers.
Financial scams hit a new low via adviser's Ponzi scheme on his mom
Start the week off with Breakfast with Benjamin, featuring an adviser pulling a Ponzi scheme on his own mother. Plus: JPMorgan settles with mineral-rights owners, becoming a 'financial catch,' and using dividend stocks to be like Warren Buffett.
JPMorgan unwinds B-D clearing biz
Fidelity Investments stands to reap the benefits as JPMorgan Chase & Co. unwinds its legacy Bear Stearns broker-dealer services clearing and custody unit.JPMorgan said it had chosen Fidelity's National Financial Services unit as the “preferred clearing provider” for its broker-dealer customers and
SEC penalizes 13 firms for improper sales of Puerto Rican bonds
The SEC cracks down on financial firms, including Schwab, J.P. Morgan Securities, Lebenthal, Oppenheimer, TD Ameritrade, UBS and Wedbush for selling risky debt beneath the minimum allotment of $100,000 for a single transaction.