|Day Low/High||35.22 / 35.60|
|52 Wk Low/High||27.34 / 40.56|
* A toxic cocktail is brewing in this space * I will be shorting BEN and TROW today and will be adding both to my Best Ideas List (short) Last week I participated in a Bull/Bear debate hosted by Citigroup's Tobias Levkovich. One of the questions Tob...
Wealth management firms remain worthy holdings for long-term portfolios.
Perhaps the most attractive aspect of Franklin Resources as a stock investment is the company's generous cash returns to shareholders.
On a daily basis (and in real time!) we get great dialogue, value-added investment information and respectful debate in our Comments Section. Here is a vivid example: BillyBob • 6 hours ago Asset Managers getting hit today as Fidelity drops fees to ...
Fund managers should see BEN as a 'cash cow' that offers low risk, excellent reward.
It is not too late for investors to join the emerging markets rally, but they must choose carefully.
"It's not a joke, it's a rope, Tuco. Now I want you to get up there and put your head in that noose." -- Blondie, " The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" No "Takeaways" today as I want to spend some time with my family right after the close. So let's move...
Cash stack could benefit from tax repatriation and/or higher interest rates.
This long call shooter gives the new POTUS and Congress time to pass a tax repatriation plan.
The majority of asset managers are trailing the S&P 500 so far in 2016. A big reason for that underperformance is the emergence of index funds.
Millennials may be stressed about retirement, but they still have a far more positive outlook than previous generations.
Franklin Templeton is taking its international investing expertise into the strategic beta exchange traded fund arena.
U.S. stocks managed to end with slight gains, though investors did appear cautious ahead of Friday's jobs report.
What makes these charts buck the bearish trend?
Use weakness in BEN as an opportunity to acquire some shares, with a close below $30 as the risk point.
The current market maelstrom could be nearing an end with investor capitulation close-at-hand, said Ronald Sanchez, chief investment officer of Fiduciary Trust Company International.
Banks stocks have stumbled since the start of 2016 over worries about tight net interest margins and overbearing regulation but three names may be ready for a move higher.
BlackRock, T. Rowe Price and Franklin Resources are selling at very attractive levels.
This year's market conditions have created a list chock full of choices.