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Vanguard strategist: Bogle's bond index barb off point
The Vanguard Group Inc. founder and godfather of indexing John Bogle made waves this month when he said that the most popular bond index is broken.
Vanguard strategist: Bogle's bond index barb misses the point
Dickson says funds using Barclays Aggregate as benchmark are larding on the corporate debt to hike yields; 'mismatch'
Vanguard exec teases free ETFs
Report: Expense ratio could fall to virtually zero; firm says fixed costs will remain
Vanguard makes case for active funds
Index fund giant has about $350 billion in assets with active equity vehicles
Rivals in, but Vanguard won't offer junk-bond ETFs
High-yield bond ETFs are wildly popular with investors. So why is it that ETF giant Vanguard steadfastly refuses to offer such funds?
Three things that worry Vanguard's Jack Brennan
Vanguard's chairman emeritus especially concerned about growing ETF universe
Inside ETFs Live Three things that worry Vanguard's Jack Brennan
Exchange-traded funds have made financial advisers' jobs a lot easier, but the explosive growth of the products doesn't come without risk, according to Jack Brennan, The Vanguard Group Inc.'s chairman emeritus.
Inside ETFs Live iShares is rethinking index contracts
BlackRock Inc.' iShares is reviewing its contracts with index providers in light of The Vanguard Group Inc.'s switch to flat fees for licensing indexes instead of paying a portion of exchange-traded-fund assets.
iShares head talks inflows
Mark Wiedman had a lot to be happy about last year. During his first full year as global head of BlackRock Inc.'s iShares business, the world's largest exchange-traded-fund provider led the industry in inflows for the first time in three years. iShares took in more than $60 billion in net inflows
Vanguard weighs alternatives as way to woo advisers
The Vanguard Group Inc., a longtime champion of low-cost, passive mutual funds, is weighing a more aggressive push into alternative investments.
Vanguard still pro-60/40
Don't start composing a eulogy for the classic balanced portfolio, The Vanguard Group Inc. warns.
Don't write off the 60/40 portfolio just yet: Vanguard
Fund family comes out swinging against balanced portfolio's detractors; bonds still a great hedge
With ETFs, commission-free doesn't mean cost-free
The Charles Schwab Corp. made a big splash three years ago when it offered the first exchange-traded funds to trade commission-free.
Behind BlackRock's latest salvo in ETF price ... contretemps
Fee cuts are part innovation, part marketing brilliance; don't call it a war, though
INsider: Emerging markets ETFs just got complicated
Largest fund switches indexes; meanwhile, alternative choice adds alternative
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