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Larry Fink is something of a rock star. For starters, Fink has built his asset-management company, the New York-based BlackRock, into the third-largest bond manager in the U.S., with some $450 billion in assets.
Kevin Rowell is no stranger to advisors. A longtime executive at some of the nation's largest broker-sold fund shops, he was recruited away from Charles Schwab in January to boost slumping sales at Pioneer Investments
Prudential Equity Group, a broker/dealer subsidiary of Prudential Financial, got slammed Monday with one of the biggest settlements seen in a market timing case: $600 million in fines, restitution and penalties.
Way back in 1998, when stocks were hot, investment-biker and former Soros-partner Jim Rogers launched a commodity index fund, predicting a flat-out bull market in a wide range of commodities. How right Rogers was, again.
During the 1990s, S&P 500 index funds were all the rage and, for most core investments, the bogey to beat. But lately the index has been offering stingy returns: During the five years ending in April, the S&P 500 averaged just 2.7 percent annually...