Retirement funds and other institutions are gradually warming to cryptocurrencies.
Duke’s Campbell Harvey charts the wacky ups and downs of the precious metal.
But will index funds hold on to their appeal if US stocks hit a bear market in the next year or two?
Market saturation, diminishing investor confidence drives slower pace—and lower fees.
Practice seen as less risky as it was before the financial crisis.
Survey finds growing number of financial advisors need outside help.
The end of the emerging market boom doesn’t mean that these stocks are in a death spiral.
Passive assets under management could exceed active by 2027.
Cost to manage illiquid portfolio assets too high to justify, according to Hossein Kazemi.