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Sounding the secular stagnation alarm bells
Breakfast with Benjamin: Larry Summers is sounding the alarm for secular stagnation.
Warren Buffett doesn't have time to fiddle with activist investing
Breakfast with Benjamin: Warren Buffett's distaste for activist investing boils down to simple math.
TD Ameritrade weighs charging fund companies on its commission-free ETF platform
RIA custodian is also "taking a look" at role of Morningstar in selecting funds and considers sharing data on advisers, according to an executive.
First Goldman Sachs ETFs are cheaper than some from Vanguard
New ActiveBeta funds, which try to beat the market, give Goldman a foothold in ETFs.
Dimensional Fund Advisors posts 77th consecutive month of positive sales
Firm, a favorite of advisers, keeps clients invested despite market swings.
Legg Mason latest mutual fund manager to step into ETFs
Fund company's new products attempt to capitalize on the growth of smart beta.
Eaton Vance's NextShares gets its first custodian on board
FOLIOfn Investments said it plans to offer the exchange-traded managed funds when they start trading.
Vanguard Group hires a smart beta expert from pioneer Research Affiliates
Index investing giant has challenged the marketing of smart beta funds. Now it's turning to someone whose research has helped those funds grow.
Advisers who fled Pimco Total Return pay a price in 2015
Funds that won money from Pimco lag Bill Gross' replacements this year, but advisers say it will take more than a few months of outperformance to win back their business.
Advisers, pay attention to home-country bias in 401(k) menus
Eliminate over-allocations to the U.S. market by encouraging plan sponsors to add international options to menus and explaining diversification benefits to participants.
Vanguard, once thwarted, launches a muni-bond rival to BlackRock's iShares
A first for the mutual fund industry, and the cheapest offering in ETFs, an analyst says.
Wild market volatility puts fresh focus on workings of ETFs
Intraday trading is makes exchange-traded funds special but can also make them dangerous, market players say.
Do fund sales predict fund performance?
A new study looks at the evidence and finds a link between flows and performance. The question is why.
Fight those Fed fears and stick with dividend investment
The five-year dividend-investing rally might be losing momentum, but that doesn't mean investors should abandon ship just yet.Even on the heels of a record aggregate dividend payout by S&P 500 Index companies of $351 billion and a string of double-digit annual payout increases, investors are making
ETF providers step up to defend the status quo
As comment period ends, firms hope to ensure the SEC knows that ETFs help, and don't hurt, liquidity, price discovery.