Investors have good reason to feel whipsawed this year considering the VIX, or so-called fear index, has been bouncing off levels not seen since last summer’s market meltdown.
Investors are only a month into a brand new year, yet already many are worn out from the market’s mayhem.
The convertible bond market has been fairly flat in 2015, closely following the slim returns seen in equities.
The firm received regulatory approval to freeze redemptions in its troubled fund, but with significant caveats.
Should Third Avenue Management's Focused Credit Fund have been allowed to exist as a mutual fund?
With one high-yield fund already freezing redemptions, others may soon follow.
Fixed income fund managers also have a lot to offer on the subject, said David Sand, chief investment strategist at Community Capital Management (CCM).
Investors need to follow best practices when trading ETFs and perhaps the foremost among them is using limit orders.
Demand for exchange traded funds remains strong. Year-to-date, investors have directed some $201 billion into ETFs, on track to reach the $243 billion invested during 2014 -- according to ETF.com.
Investors most certainly can achieve their environmental and social goals without sacrificing their financial goals through impact investing.