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Go-anywhere bond funds have failed to go anywhere positive over the past year
Breakfast with Benjamin: Nontraditional bond funds that sounded too good to be true are looking like a bust, so far.
Jeffrey Gundlach's DoubleLine opens its first alternatives fund
In a year when its peers lost 15% investing in commodities, DoubleLine wades in with a long-short strategy.
As volatility continues, more mutual funds go to cash
Amid market volatility, more mutual funds are playing it safe, but should they be sitting on the sidelines?
Closed-end funds rise to the surface following the market mess
Breakfast with Benjamin: All the messy stock market turmoil of the past few weeks has created a sweet opportunity in the closed-end funds space.
That awkward moment when the Fed realizes it can't raise interest rates
Breakfast with Benjamin: William Dudley, president of the New York Fed, says delaying a rate hike until 2016 'will be awkward.'
Making bigger bets with smaller portfolios
A fund with a limited number of stocks might outperform in volatile markets
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.
DoubleLine's Gundlach outperforms Loomis' Fuss and Janus' Gross in recent market rout
Jeffrey Gundlach's $48.2 billion DoubleLine Total Return Bond Fund returned 0.7% over the past month while his peers showed losses.
In hindsight, China's market meltdown wasn't really that bad
Breakfast with Benjamin: Now that the dust has started to settle, China's stock market meltdown doesn't seem all that awful.
Jeffrey Gundlach says the stock market pullback is just getting started
Breakfast with Benjamin DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach thinks that as painful as it's been over the past week, the markets still need a thorough housecleaning.
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.
Fear and greed swamp stocks as volatility spikes
Panic selling off the opening bell leads to investors buying the drop but more losses possible as all eyes focus on China's problems.
The S&P 500 Index is giving investors plenty of international exposure
Breakfast with Benjamin: Companies in the S&P 500 are generating less and less of their income in the U.S., which means investors might have more exposure to international markets than they think.
Franklin Templeton billionaire escapes contentious lawsuit
The billionaire who built Franklin Templeton survived a lawsuit by the son of an early investor who said he was cheated out of a stake in the firm worth $136 million. But the company will still have to defend itself in court.
NextShares wins its first adviser platform partner with Envestnet
Envestnet has agreed to make NextShares, a unique hybrid of mutual funds and ETFs, available to some of its 41,000 affiliated financial advisers, delivering Eaton Vance its first distribution partner for the product.