Once asset managers can convert traditional mutual funds into ETFs, that will change the market for mutual funds, according to panelists at Inside ETFs. But one speaker says it won't be the end of mutual funds.
There’s a growing roster of ETF providers who think a significant correction could scare billions of dollars out of mutual funds -- and see them reinvested in ETFs.
Investment costs might not seem like a big deal, but they add up and compound over time along with investment returns.
The stock performance of green companies shows that climate change is also a business opportunity.
Advisors (and clients) get a nice Christmas gift from Dimensional: an average 8% reduction in management fees across its U.S. mutual funds.
In a business increasingly dominated by inexpensive index funds, Jeffrey Gundlach has succeeded by actually picking good investments.
Launched in 1994, target-date funds now boast assets of more than $2 trillion. What's next?