If you choose to use active management, the best way to increase odds of success is to select low-cost managers.
Tax reform might hit hedge fund investors hard. Chris Tidmore shows how wide the gap between gross and net returns could be for investors.
Conventional wisdom doesn’t always hold up when you look at the data, whether you’re drinking water or picking an active fund.
We looked at the 20 worst and 20 best days for stocks from 1990 through 2015. We found that all but one of the worst days were within a month of at least one extreme up day.
The alpha you deliver is helping your clients understand that knee-jerk changes to their portfolios may feel like control but are actually detrimental to their long-term success. Here are three graphics to help.