Trang Ho • July 11, 2014
A new MarketAxess/BlackRock tool could be the answer to wide bid-ask spreads in bond ETFs. But some say it could unintentionally spike volatility in the fixed-income market.
Michael Peltz • June 01, 2014
While hedge fund manager Seth Klarman and index fund pioneer Jack Bogle have different views on the age-old question, both shed light on why beating the market may be close to impossible.
Rob Curran • May 16, 2014
In Michael Lewis’s book Flash Boys, alternative trading system IEX is cast as a leader in demurking the high frequency trading waters.
Allen T. Cheng • April 30, 2014
CEO Alex Matturri sees growing long-term demand for Dow Jones's products in developing countries, notwithstanding recent market weakness.
Trang Ho • April 11, 2014
Exchange-traded funds offer investors a low-fee retirement portfolio option, but some say including ETFs may actually be costly.
Carol J. Clouse • April 10, 2014
Solactive’s launch last month of the first-ever green bond index is a sign that sustainable investment has taken root in the fixed-income market.
Trang Ho • April 03, 2014
The index will track 21 billionaires’ stock purchases. The fees are low, but some question its utility.
Craig Mellow • March 20, 2014
Some analysts are negative on emerging markets — but for reasons other than the crisis between Russia and Ukraine.
Matt Mossman • March 11, 2014
Through exchange-traded funds, retail investors get easier access to gold — and more influence on the metal’s price.
Maureen Nevin Duffy • February 18, 2014
For financial institutions, freeing cash meant to cover bad debts — so-called loan-loss reserve — may provide a false picture of health.
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