Allen T. Cheng • December 13, 2013
The Chinese government’s recent pledge to give markets a bigger role in the economy is short on practical details.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • December 12, 2013
The U.S. stock market looks overpriced, regardless of your vantage, but that’s no reason for value investors to lose heart — or money.
Mark Henricks • December 12, 2013
Research on RIA preferences finds plenty of common ground across ages and genders, but more women prefer a well-known brand.
Robert Stowe England • December 12, 2013
Marketfield Asset Management CIO Michael Aronstein is concerned new rules may pose problems for financial markets as a whole.
Dan Weil • December 11, 2013
Trepidation over quantitative easing and cities’ solvency led to depressed muni bond prices early in 2013 — meaning, bargains now.
Martin Hegarty • December 11, 2013
Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities had a wild ride this past year on the back of slowed inflation and concern over tapering.
Ben Baris & Imogen Rose-Smith • December 10, 2013
The Illinois legislature passed landmark pension reform. Next on the legislative agenda: tackling the Chicago teachers’ pension plan.
Jan Alexander • December 10, 2013
The head of San Francisco–based hedge fund firm Passport Capital has figured out how to turn risk management into an alpha strategy.
Thomas W. Johnson • December 10, 2013
Candace Browning, head of global research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch — our global research firm of the year — and her counterparts at other firms expect less volatility in 2014.
Frances Denmark • December 09, 2013
The departing Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan CEO calls for innovative retirement solutions that share investment risk.
New analysts who are already gaining notice in our Rising Stars of Wall Street Research.
America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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