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How Obama Changed Investing Forever

The White House has made fiduciary part of investors' vocabulary.

Fund Managers Burned by Last Commodity Slump Want Back In

Big investors are motivated by signs the world has finally escaped from the decade of limp economic growth.

Can ETF Managers Beat Robo Stock Pickers?

Competition is forcing fund companies to deliver "outperformance to their clients in new and innovative ways," says ACSI Funds CEO Phil Bak.

Lots to Live Up to in Earnings Season Nobody Seems Worried About

Investor sentiment is unabashedly high, with option costs falling and money flowing into stocks at an almost unprecedented rate.

Inflation Bets May Not Follow Trump Into the White House

Markets are starting to shift their attention away from growth-supportive tax policies.

Morningstar Announces Fund Manager of the Year Nominees

16 individuals or teams are nominated in the four-category list.

O'Shares Unveils a Small-Cap ETF: Fund Scan

The latest offering from Kevin O'Leary's O'Shares ETF Investments focuses on dividend-paying companies. Plus: Other launches.

Asset Managers Face Stricter Rules for $77 Trillion Industry

The Financial Stability Board recommended that regulators bolster oversight of exchange-traded, mutual and other funds.

Stock Exchanges Turn Into ETF Exchanges as Passive Rules All

Daily volume has increased among both ETFs and equities, but the growth hasn't been equal.

BlackRock's Revenue Misses Estimates Even as Flows Reach Record

The firm said it received a 1% boost to $2.89 billion. Analysts predicted $2.93 billion.

Goldman Makes Play for Quant Funds in Electronic Trading Reboot

Goldman Sachs has a full suite of services to offer quants after upgrading its technology, according to the partners leading the effort.

Gross Says 10-Year at 2.6% Is a Bigger Deal Than Dow at 20,000

The threshold would mark an end to a three-decade bond bull market, according to billionaire bond manager Bill Gross.

Small Companies Have a Big Retirement Problem

Even when they have a retirement plan, it is likely to be astronomically more expensive than those offered by large companies.

Trumponomics Divides Investors as Gold ETF Flows Diverge

Large mutual, pension and hedge funds are chasing better returns in rallying U.S. stock markets thanks to President-elect Donald Trump's pro-growth policies.

Goldman: Here's One Way Passive Investing Actually Looks a Little Marxist

Researchers suggest shifting away from total shareholder return as a method of ascertaining directors' performance.