Active share can be a valuable addition to a toolkit for evaluating active managers, but don’t let it be your only metric.
As you head into the long weekend, we’ve curated some of our favorite evergreen posts so far this year, for your (re)reading enjoyment.
Market-timing is still difficult, and the risk of being wrong is high. Investors can make—but also lose—a lot of money trying to make such predictions.
Investors have been known to stretch for yield in the current low rate environment, often taking risks that may be uncompensated. Tax-managed investors looking for attractive yield may want to consider municipal high yield, which can offer tax equivalent yields in excess of corporate high yield at a historically lower level of volatility.
Despite a few lackluster readings for May month end, on the whole we consider May’s data to be strong.
There can be a real benefit to global diversification that should not be discarded due to the appearance of higher taxes internationally.
Which investment books do you want to add to your summer reading list? Here are 8 ideas from Global CIO Jeff Hussey.