Since 1996, the number of U.S. public companies has been cut in half. But all it takes is two pictures to see why Jim Rowley isn’t worried.
Newton’s third law of motion can help advisors evaluate index-based funds. Jim Rowley offers some investing corollaries.
Stock market dispersion is the best measure to determine whether active managers have the opportunity to outperform the market.
The increased use of passive products doesn’t necessarily mean more passive allocations—investors are still building active portfolios.
Do actively managed funds outperform passive funds in a bear market? Our research says they’re not quite the ruby slippers of investing.
Are there too many ETFs? Are they too niche in nature? We’ve seen it all before with mutual funds.