Mutual Funds

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Investment Lessons From August's Market Mayhem

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September is the worst month for markets, historically, though compared to this August's turmoil an average 1.1 percent drop in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index seems tame.

Pimco Total Return Assets Drop Below $100 Billion, First Time Since '07

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The company's flagship fund dropped below $100 billion in assets for the first time in more than eight years, leaving it with about a third of the money it managed at its 2013 peak.

History Shows U.S. Stock Rebound Needs Months

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Investors conditioned to expect quick recoveries from equity stumbles may need patience after U.S. stocks fell into the first correction in four years.

High Flying

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Newport Beach, California’s Beacon Pointe Advisors Has Grown From An Institutional Consultancy To A Private Client Wealth Manager Hungry To Acquire New Rias.

Thirty Years Of Cultivating Market Wallflowers

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That conviction has rewarded investors over the long term.

LPL Gives Advisors Access To Ramsey’s SmartDollar

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LPL Gives Advisors Access To Ramsey’s SmartDollar Boston-based LPL Financial has announced a partnership with Ramsey Solutions to offer a new financial wellness program to its retirement...

The Hedge That Wasn't: How $150 Billion Of Mystery Bonds Failed

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Nontraditional bond funds, which typically give managers free rein and have racked up about $150 billion under management, promised safety amid turmoil but have mostly failed to deliver.

DoubleLine Capital Opens Long-Short Commodity Mutual Fund To Investors

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DoubleLine Capital, the investment firm overseen by Jeffrey Gundlach, on Monday opened a new mutual fund to give investors exposure to commodities markets and help them diversify.

SEC Gets Pushback On Paperless Mutual Fund Reports

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The SEC has a fight on its hands over a proposal to have mutual fund shareholders opt in for paper delivery of shareholder reports.

Fed Up Investors Yank Cash From Almost Everything Just Like 2008

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Since July, American households—which account for almost all mutual fund investors—have pulled money both from mutual funds that invest in stocks and those that invest in bonds.

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