Many quants are hoping now that as people get vaccinated and economies recover, factors will move to their own beat again and trade on the fundamental rules discovered by academics decades ago.
This week in fund news: Cannabis ETFs become more attractive as legalization possibilities expand, a Democratic Party trifecta could be great for markets and some fundsters pull their political dollars in the wake of the violence at the U.S. Capitol.
If there was ever a moment for active managers to restate their worth and the value they can bring to investors, it is in 2021.
Observers to the plan advisor space see a modest impact from the Department of Labor's new rule regarding ESG inclusion in retirement plans.
What asset managers say about Tesla's entrance into the S&P 500, RiverFront partners with 55ip, and Vanguard fund becomes the first to end a month with more than $1 trillion in assets.
The SEC alleges CapWealth failed to disclose lower-cost share class options to its clients. But the RIA's founder calls the complaint "a shameful exercise and an abuse of power.”
ESG investing hit the mainstream during the coronavirus pandemic.
Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund, which includes both a mutual fund and an exchange-traded fund, had $1.04 trillion of assets as of Nov. 30.
The Nottingham Company said it expects one of Adaptive Investments' mutual funds to be converted to an ETF in January.
The number of plan participants using managed accounts has barely moved from 2015 to 2019.