Post Profile






Related Posts


Mutual Fund Managers Get Paid For Picking Good Stocks Only When It’s Worth It

Business & Finance / Investing : Dealbreaker

Mutual funds are kind of weird in that they basically aren’t allowed to get paid for performance, so they charge investors a flat percentage of assets under management, so for mutual fund managers looking dapper on CNBC is often mor...

More Retail Money Chased ETFs than Mutual Funds for the First Time Ever, Analysis Says

Business & Finance / Investing : Focus on Funds

Mutual fund assets still tower the money that’s tucked away in exchange-traded funds, but ETFs are closing the gap quickly. More money went into ETFs that mutual funds over the past year, by one tally, according to an outfit called ...

How to Fix Mutual Funds so They Work for Investors, Not Fund Managers

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog

If I could assign every politician running for office this year one book to read, it would be Professor William Birdthistle's Empire of the Fund: The Way We Save Now, the story of the avalanche of money poured into mutual funds and ...

PM Funds Roundup: Active Managers Strike Back, Tepper’s Market Caution

Business & Finance / Investing : Focus on Funds

WSJ has an argument for active investors a day after its piece on passive dominance. Timothy Armour, The Wall Street Journal.   Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images Prime money market funds stretched out their maturities to 26 days in Se...

There might be a lifesaver for the traditional money management industry after all

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Money Game

There might be a lifesaver for the money management industry after all. Passive funds, which are basically index funds like exchange-traded funds, have been taking assets from active managers for some time, worrying those working in...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC