Mon, 25 Jul 2016
Investor returns reveal why sometimes investors are their own worst enemy.
May flows data show investors are putting money to work in nontraditional fixed-income holdings, as well as emerging-markets equities, for perceived better returns.
The Vanguard founder offers his thoughts on the need for money fund reform, the dilemmas with retirement planning and savings, the fiduciary duty of fund managers, and much more, in this video exclusive to Premium Members.
The fund giant saw an executive-management shuffle, ultra-short- bond fund launch, new lower-touch advisory service, and continued inflow domination.
We delve into first-half domestic-equity winners, fixed-income outflows, and what may be a brief reopening of a Gold-rated fund in the Vanguard lineup.
Fund flows during the first quarter revealed that investors moved from more defensive to higher-yielding bond funds , and flows into passive bond funds picked up.
Income-hungry investors sought out niche fixed-income funds like bank-loans and non-traditional bonds in the first quarter, while the so-called great rotation into stocks is not yet confirmed.
Although investors may remain broadly skeptical of equity markets, asset flow data suggest they could be taking more risk than expected in other asset classes.
Some Morningstar.com readers are rethinking their fixed-income exposure, while others are sticking with their plans.
Interest in dividend-paying stocks and bonds remained high as the market eyed the Fed.
The Vanguard Group had its first monthly redemptions in almost 20 years in June as investors sold bond funds in anticipation of the Federal Reserve scaling back its asset purchases.
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