The 12b-1 fee fails at everything it does.
What's the key thing to know about an investment idea?
How the wealthy are separated from their money.
Mutual funds shed their commissions.
The fund industry is counseled on messaging.
Sentiment may be starting to turn.
Not every mutual fund is accurately priced.
Let's look at the argument that more is less.
The glamour is gone.
Warnings on low-volatility stocks and (yes again) bonds.
Moving in the right direction.
Rekenthaler drop-kicks PBS' documentary.
The quietest big rally in decades.
Moving the expense discussion to the cost of financial advice.
The fund industry's leader remains an outsider.
The SEC tips its cap to retail investors.
Equities may have higher prices, but their reputation remains low.
This time, it's Rekenthaler's turn to wield the whip.
High hedge fund fees don't buy accurate performance reporting.
What do you call a professional investor? An amateur who gets paid.
Burton Malkiel lashes a carcass.
Should portfolios be built strictly by the numbers?
Perusing finance, economics, and law.
Rekenthaler confesses all.
On bubbles, balanced investing, and Rekenthaler's latest fail.
Back histories, hot prospects, and cold alternatives.
Rekenthaler visits a trendy investment concept, an NYSE proposal, one very peculiar bond fund, and The Round Mound of Rebound.
Let's do the time warp again ...
I swear on Custer's grave it does.
The true story is simply that Nasdaq’s decline wasn’t rational.
Rekenthaler defends momentum, the last market anomaly left standing.