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"You can investing using environmental, social and governance factors, alongside traditional financial analysis, and these strategies actually perform like the market performs or better," said Merrill Lynch's Anna Snider.
Target date funds have a long time horizon -- but does yours have enough in equities to make sure you don't outlive your money?
Shares of retirement advisory firm Financial Engines are rebounding after a sharp summer selloff.
Brendan Coughlin, president of consumer lending at Citizens Bank, says that 55% of families have not done their financial homework before sending their children to college.
The funds will help investors diversify their bond exposure internationally.
The current combination of technical, fundamental and economic risks points to a looming bear market, so adjust your portfolio accordingly, says Jason Schwarz, president of Wilshire Funds Management.
In an otherwise brutal third quarter, managed futures funds shone brightly. Duncan Wilkinson, CEO of AlphaSimplex, explains their success.
Three years after 401(k) companies were finally forced to reveal their hidden fees to fund participants, they remain a major money drain on millions of retirement savers' accounts.
REIT shares have been under pressure this year because traders see the sector as a yield alternative set to be slammed by the impending Federal Reserve rate hike.
High-yield bonds have been selling off due to worries about the economy and valuation warnings from billionaire investor Carl Icahn.
High volatility makes this a good time to be invested in a fund that utilizes multiple trading strategies, especially ones that don't depend on the direction of the market.
Jeffrey Hirsch, editor of the Stock Trader's Almanac, said investors should remain cautious because September has been the worst month for returns since 1950.
Iman Brivanlou, portfolio manager for TCW High Dividend Equities, says that MDC has a strong balance sheet and that Qualcomm is well-positioned when the chip industry rebounds.
One CEO shares the pros and cons of trading with dark pools, which are in the headlines again following reports about Credit Suisse, Barclays and ITG settling allegations of manipulation.
Bobby Monks, author of 'Uninvested,' says Wall Street -- including major mutual fund companies and ETF providers -- is fleecing millions of Americans.