These nominees are topnotch.
Passive equity funds, noncore bonds, alternatives, and many of the fund shops that sell them fared well last year, while core bonds, commodities, and gold suffered.
U.S. equity funds have seen their strongest inflows since 2000 this year, as passive funds continue to garner strong interest, active fund outflows moderate, and investors sell their core bond funds.
Michael Aronstein’s long-short equity fund has been around since 2007, but it’s only just starting to pick up assets.
Templeton makes leadership changes, long-short fund finds new partner, and more.
A brand-new award for some experienced alternative mutual fund managers.
The second-biggest exchange-traded fund tracking emerging-market equities will see more inflows after the amount of shares outstanding reached a record last week, according to Marketfield Asset Management LLC.
Two advisors take different approaches in their portfolios to achieve the same goals: low risk and stability.