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Janus sees Gross as a 'game changer'
After years of redemptions and on its third CEO, Denver investment company is giving the ball to the Bond King.
Coming off a big year, Janus files for exotic ETFs
Janus Capital Group Inc. this year has already snagged the world's most famous bond fund manager and acquired a manufacturer of exchange-traded funds.But it has even bigger plans in the ETF market, and they go beyond Bill Gross, according to filings with federal regulators.The fund manager late
BlackRock leads Vanguard as ETFs race toward a record year
Two giants remain in a tight race for buy-and-hold index investors' money as category total close to cracking the $2 trillion mark in a 'victory of vanilla' story.
Goldman Sachs details plans for liquid alts, 'smart beta' ETFs
New filings by the liquid alts mutual fund manager offer details for its long-anticipated ETF debut.
Citigroup dealt second fine for prospectus lapses
Finra said the firm failed to deliver documents after ETFs were purchased by clients.
ETFs losing their luster in 529 college savings plans
New report says benefits of exchange-traded funds don't make sense when nestled within the tax-advantaged 529 plans.
China share ETF suffers record drop amid new debt curbs
Largest U.S. exchange-traded fund that tracks mainland Chinese stocks sank more than 7% after policy makers tightened curbs on the local debt market, fueling a rout across asset classes.
The top 25 socially conscious funds
Fund1-year return3-year return5-year returnPortfolio net assets ($M)Expense ratio*Praxis Growth Index Fund I (MMDEX)20.02%21.11%16.20%$164.70.47%Parnassus Endeavor Fund (PARWX)19.10%22.67%16.13%$650.90.95%Vanguard FTSE Social Index Fund Investor (VFTSX)18.93%22.30%16.23%$1,304.70.28%Steward Large
New York Life buys IndexIQ to expand liquid alts offering, add hedge fund ETFs
Deal adds $1.5 billion in AUM to N.Y. Life, including $950 million in multi-strategy exchange-traded fund.
Broker-dealers hold fate of new active ETFs
Despite potentially lower costs and better outcomes for investors, broker-dealers are taking a cautious approach to a product that could slash their revenue.
Give me a (tax) break: ETFs and tax efficiency
Breaking down some key differences between ETFs and mutual funds so you can help clients avoid unpleasant surprises.
Collapsing oil prices get real with no bottom in sight
Start your week with Breakfast with Benjamin, featuring serious speculation about how bad oil prices might get. Plus: Russian equities take a direct hit, gold prices tank on a Swiss no-vote, and using Cyber Monday to satisfy your inner foodie.
Buy-and-hold investors can take advantage of M&A boom
Conventional wisdom on corporate mergers suggests investors should buy shares of the target company and short shares of the acquirer. That's the foundation of a basic merger arbitrage strategy and a lot of investors have enjoyed respectable returns by following that model. Any merger-arb manager
ETFs in need of an exorcism
Every exchange-traded fund has its bad month, in some cases its bad years. But a few ETFs with perfectly reasonable strategies have done so badly for so long they seem cursed. The charts on these investments show one step forward, two steps back. Is there any value left in these left-for-dead
Adviser as the ultimate active manager
It's not breaking news that, for the most part, index funds continue to outperform actively managed funds. When the stock market is climbing, as it has for most of this year, active managers have a harder time than usual beating indexes, although some achieve that feat.
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