Joel Dickson introduces AlphaBet ETFs: A “new” take on building portfolios.
While the economy shows some bright spots, there are some counterintuitive signals worth considering. For example, while the unemployment rate is declining, it’s not because there are more jobs relative to the number of adults.
In this short video, Martha King, head of Vanguard U.S. Financial Intermediaries, explains why ETFs have been a great opportunity for advisors and gives her take on what’s in store for the industry in coming years.
I frequently get asked by financial advisors and the news media if the global financial crisis (hopefully, a once-in-a-lifetime event) changed investor behavior. My answer is a resounding no—it is the same as it ever was.
Capital gains distributions aren’t the be-all and end-all of tax efficiency. Tax efficiency is measured by your after-tax total return.
Rodney Comegys, a principal in Vanguard Equity Investment Group, shares his experience at a recent industry conference where smart beta was discussed, and provides Vanguard’s perspective on the subject.
For you as an advisor, the availability of index products provides an opportunity to ensure your product lineup or investment portfolio includes a healthy offering of indexed options so that you can take advantage of what I see as the one of the most important financial innovations of the past 40 years.
One of the things that I have heard coming up more and more frequently is the idea that emerging markets equities are “cheap.” As such, I thought this topic deserved a closer look.
We’ve expanded access to Admiral Shares—our ultra-low-cost share class. See how it may reduce your clients’ costs.
When it comes to index fund management, there are many tools portfolio managers can use to effectively track an index…