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Bill Gross said he’ll keep trading for the next two to four years to prove he can still beat the market.
Closely watched bond investor Bill Gross criticized ultra-low interest rates on Monday, saying they could harm global growth instead of boosting it in the way that many central banks intend.
M. Vinson Walden’s global fund values ideas over style boxes.
Equity investors pursuing a buy-and-hold strategy might want to check out a fund that hasn't made an original stock market bet in 80 years.
Shares in industries with unsavory associations such as alcohol, tobacco and gambling have long-term track records of outperforming the rest of the market.
Isaac Braley, president of BTS Asset Management, explains how advisors can use upside/downside capture ratios to help identify conservative funds for clients.
Near-zero interest rates have artificially inflated prices of lower-quality U.S. stocks, active managers say, punishing those who focus on businesses with the best fundamentals.
A collapse in day-to-day trading is forcing many fund managers to hold securities even when they want to sell them.
These days, you’re more likely to hear business deals discussed over the handlebars of a high-end bicycle than on the fairway, and fund managers are catching on.
Pimco said on Tuesday that it has hired Joachim Fels, formerly managing director and chief economist at Morgan Stanley, as the world's biggest bond manager continues to bolster its ranks after a...
A person who believes a huge financial gamble is about to pay off experiences the same brain activity as in one about to get a hit of cocaine, and the thought of a financial windfall is even more powerful than the sight of a naked body, he writes.
The national debate fanned by President Obama over new fiduciary standards for financial advisors shows that the country is veering too much toward punishment, says expert Donald Trone.
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