Investors who don't realign their expectations and savings plan for changing U.S. demographics and slower growth are in for a jarring experience, says Research Affiliates' Rob Arnott.
Breaking the link between price and portfolio weighting is why smart beta strategies outperform cap-weighted methods, says Research Affiliates' Rob Arnott.
The next 12 to 18 months will be slow and painful, but America's fundamentals support longer-term optimism, says University of Chicago economist Austan Goolsbee.
The uptake of actively managed ETFs will increase amid innovation in the financial-services industry as investors' comfort levels grow, says State Street's Chris Goolgasian.
In their search for income amid Fed taper fears, investors are optimistic about unfamiliar, higher-yielding assets, but State Street's Chris Goolgasian questions their judgment.
As more countries adopt monetary stimuli for their economies, the devalued currencies have created a runup in physical gold demand, according to State Street's Chris Goolgasian.
Darrin DeCosta of Accretive Asset Management explains how his firm's fixed-income indexes help individuals better asses bond prices.
Common gold-valuation metrics, which measure several ratios, are likely to be wrong because gold doesn't have a core value, says State Street's Chris Goolgasian.
Sometimes hidden risks really are not risky after all.
Sometimes, but not always, simple is best.
Demographic and reform trends, plus a higher awareness of hospital infection rates, make the health-care market attractive to this cleaning and sanitation firm.
Cap-and-trade and the U.S. farmer: Friends or foes?
All signs point to yes--but it's not that simple.