What Third Avenue Has in Common With Bear Stearns

Should Third Avenue Management's Focused Credit Fund have been allowed to exist as a mutual fund?

Mutual Fund Mess: Are There More Where Third Avenue Came From?

With one high-yield fund already freezing redemptions, others may soon follow.

Sustainable Investing Not Solely for Stock-Pickers Says CCM Strategist

Fixed income fund managers also have a lot to offer on the subject, said David Sand, chief investment strategist at Community Capital Management (CCM).

Vanguard’s ETF Ideas for 2016: Limit Orders, Backtests, Active Funds

Investors need to follow best practices when trading ETFs and perhaps the foremost among them is using limit orders.

Here’s What You Need to Know About Buying and Selling Exchange Traded Funds

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.

Improve Your Returns Through Impact Investing Says Merrill Strategist

Investors most certainly can achieve their environmental and social goals without sacrificing their financial goals through impact investing.

Make Sure Your Target Date Fund Is Playing Offense and Defense

To grow long-term wealth, target date funds (TDFs) need an aggressive glide path with meaningful equity exposure to manage longevity risk.

Bulls Better Pull Back Horns Says Wilshire Funds President

Bullish investors would be well served to pull back their horns because the market is seeing a bearish alignment of technical, fundamental and economic risks coming into focus.

This Retirement Savings Mistake Could Cost You $100,000

Delaying your retirement savings will cost you dearly.

Loews, Apache and DuPont Offer Value Says T. Rowe Price’s Linehan

Value stocks play an indispensable role when constructing a portfolio and actually outperform growth over the longer term, said John Linehan, portfolio manager at T. Rowe Price.