Kurt Feuerman, James Tierney Jr. • May 05, 2016
When it comes to analyzing stocks, there might be more going on at companies than what meets the eye.
Institutional Investor • May 04, 2016
Had he known the supermarket sector would enter such a difficult period, Barclays' James Anstead might have chosen a different focus. Here's what other analysts wish they'd known.
Bailey McCann • May 02, 2016
Despite their volatility, small-cap stocks can help registered investment advisers to tap into local economies and boost portfolio growth.
Tom Buerkle • May 02, 2016
The CIO, our 2016 Money Masters Lifetime Achievement winner, urges investors to reassess their risk measures and invest for the long term.
Frances Denmark • May 02, 2016
CIO Tony Broccardo uses his wide investing latitude to make big bets on hedge funds, private equity and real estate.
Jess Delaney • May 02, 2016
The CIO of Dutch pension manager Blue Sky combines liability-matching strategies with return-oriented allocations to mortgages and alternatives.
Tom Buerkle • May 02, 2016
We identify Europe’s top investors and asset managers whose clear thinking, sharp strategies and sound performance help them maintain an edge in today’s challenging market conditions.
The Editors • April 29, 2016
The U.S. railroad industry, the partnership between NFL and Twitter and SoulCycle’s planned IPO all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Institutional Investor • April 22, 2016
There are two things you need to love in order to succeed as a research analyst, says Sanford C. Bernstein's Trevor Stirling.
Paul Quinsee • April 20, 2016
In a volatile quarter, the winners were industries like telecoms and utilities with stocks backed by stable, predictable businesses.
S.L. Mintz • April 18, 2016
Many companies are now struggling with falling stock shares: Do they use buybacks to placate shareholders even at the risk of making a lousy investment?
Institutional Investor • April 15, 2016
Graham Parry and other top analysts on this year's All-Europe Research Team share what inspires their best research ideas.
Jonathan Kandell • April 13, 2016
Ek’s music streaming service just signed a $1 billion convertible debt deal that could set the stage for an IPO next year.
Jerome Schneider • April 11, 2016
Structural changes in markets and new regulations make it urgent to explore alternatives to traditional cash vehicles, before the Fed hikes again.
Katina Stefanova, David Teten, Brent Beardsley • April 11, 2016
The combination of new technologies and shifting demographics and client needs is bringing a sea change to the asset management industry.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • April 08, 2016
The tales of Microsoft and GoPro illustrate how stock prices eventually reflect their intrinsic value — but it can take a while.
Anne Szustek • April 07, 2016
Eaton Vance CEO Tom Faust concedes that it’s been a slow boil for the ETF–mutual fund hybrid so far, though better distribution may help.
Hiro Hirano, Andy Saito • April 06, 2016
Recent structural reforms are helping to steer Japanese companies into a new era of growth and development.
John Bilton • March 30, 2016
The state of the U.S. economy is not as bad as was thought a few months ago, though it’s not smooth sailing either.
Sammy Suzuki • March 30, 2016
At least four factors that spurred past upcycles in developing economies will play a part in the next rise, though not to the same extent.
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