In a recent study, more than three-quarters of financial advisors said they expect to increase their allocations to exchange trade products in the coming years. So reports ETFTrends.
The average large-cap fund has underperformed the S&P 500 index this year by a few tenths of a percentage, a result of poor stock selection among consumer discretionary companies. So reports MarketWatch.
These are scary times for international investing. Yet non-U.S. equities may benefit from a tailwind of fiscal stimulus, favorable currency exchange rates, and economic expansion in select countries.
The latest data from Morningstar shows that equity investors are getting cold feet. So reports ThinkAdvisor.
Investor sentiment has been staying at high levels, with 80% of respondents saying they are confident in the health of equity markets, which should be a warning sign. So reports The Blaze.
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