We take a look at the characteristics of growth investors and whether growth stocks are on the decline. In other capital-growth-related news, signs are pointing towards a downward trend in the tech sector but continued growth for financial stocks.
Despite rising interest rates, income-oriented investors are continuing to find value in ETFs. Elsewhere in income-related news, U.S. investors brace for proposed tax cuts while across the globe the Chinese bond market is pushing for inclusion in the major indices.
In the news this week for capital-growth investors, infrastructure offers opportunities, while certain ETFs provide commodity exposure. Looking abroad, investors with a flexible approach can find pockets of opportunity with Asian credit.
In the news this week, a panel of income experts discusses the best ETFs for boosting income. Emerging market bonds and P2P lending offer opportunities as interest rates rise and the energy sector is adapting with income investors in mind.
New technology will allow you to apply for life insurance with a “selfie.” In other news, inflation-protected annuities are becoming more appealing as the economy grows.
When it comes to credit investing, we believe passive investors are implementing a suboptimal strategy and may be leaving money on the table as active management offers several potential advantages.
What fundamentals are important for growth and which industries call for caution? Rapid growth in the ETF industry and a surge in multi-asset funds are among the current news for capital-growth investors.
Municipal bonds have performed exceptionally well this year, but aspects of Trump’s proposed tax policies threaten to disrupt segments of that market. Here is the latest news and analysis on the likely impact on the municipal bond market.
As we wait for details on the new tax plan proposed by President Trump and the impact it will have on investors, let’s review some current news for income-oriented investors.
Growth funds were the top performers in the first quarter of 2016. Moreover, nine of the top 10 performing funds over the last decade were in the growth category.