One widely reported theme of 2014 was the struggle of active fund managers, with the vast majority of S&P 500-benchmarked funds lagging the index over the year. But in a recent piece for Trust Advisor, Envestnet PNC Chief Investment Strategist Tim Clift says there’s more than meets the eye regarding the story.
While the market keeps rising, hedge fund guru Seth Klarman isn’t getting too comfortable.
In his latest piece for Forbes.com, Validea CEO John Reese looks at how investors can learn from legendary Red Sox star Ted Williams.
In a recent WealthTrack interview, legendary value investor Jean-Marie Eveillard talked about the difference between Benjamin Graham’s and Warren Buffett’s value philosophies, and explained where his own approach falls on the value spectrum.
Wells Capital’s Jim Paulsen says he thinks the market might climb some more, but then come back down amid headwinds that include high valuations and interest rate increases.
Every day, Validea uses John Reese’s Guru Strategy investing models to rank dozens of industries using a myriad of financial and fundamental data. The rankings include a value index, a growth index, and an overall index that takes both growth and value factors into account. Here’s a look at some of the current top-rated industries.
While Nobel Prize-winning Economist Daniel Kahneman is not a believer in active management, his research is something investors and advisors should make themselves familiar with, Investment News says in a recent editorial.