Are You Paying Too Much for Your Mutual Fund?

Expense ratios for stock and bond mutual funds fell in 2015 to the lowest level in at least 20 years.

How to Improve Your Total Return by Reducing Your Taxes

There is no avoiding death and taxes, but investors can mitigate the tax bite on their returns by employing some very basic strategies.

Impact Investing Smart for Democrats and Republicans

Impact investing is all about making a positive social or environmental statement while shooting for an above market return.

Let Managed Futures Fire Up Your Portfolio

The trend has been friendly so far this year to investors in managed futures funds.

Emerging Market Debt Holders Beware

Investors hunting for better yields amidst rock bottom rates in established markets have caused the amount of emerging market corporate debt in the global market to explode.

Here's Why I Sold All My Berkshire Hathaway Shares - Hedge Fund Mgr.

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has too many large positions in high-cost businesses.

4 Low Volatility ETFs for a Wild Market

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.

Shield Yourself Against Wild Market With This Fund

Investors are only a month into a brand new year, yet already many are worn out from the market’s mayhem.

Teva, Biomarin Offer Convertible Opportunities Says MainStay Manager

The convertible bond market has been fairly flat in 2015, closely following the slim returns seen in equities.

Third Avenue Gets SEC's Permission to Freeze Redemptions

The firm received regulatory approval to freeze redemptions in its troubled fund, but with significant caveats.