To critics of the $11 trillion passive boom, active management is the original form of ethical investing -- and time is running out to save it from the indexing onslaught.
International banking regulators’ proposal to classify Bitcoin as the riskiest of assets dragged cryptocurrencies further into the mainstream financial world.
Large institutions have jacked up their usage of exchange-traded funds since the Covid crash -- even as they fear these investing tools are fueling market volatility.
The exchange-traded fund revolution sweeping through U.S. money management is eliciting little more than a shrug from a European cohort arguably next in line for disruption.
Fears unleashed by the once-in-a-century pandemic are clinging onto volatility markets even as stocks boom to record highs and Wall Street speculators gorge on every risk.
With the S&P 500 up more than 25% from its March low, pension funds and other investors are asking if they should buy portfolio insurance via protective puts and, if so, whether it’s cost effective.