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37 min ago | TheStreet.com
The First Eagle mutual funds appear to be out of step with the markets. In a year when stocks have been soaring, most First Eagle managers have held gold and big stakes in cash.
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1 hr ago | The Washington Post
American mutual funds are scouring Europe for bargains, snapping up Dutch oil drillers, French drugmakers and Swiss food producers on speculation the region's rally is just beginning as the U.S. bull market ages.
Seymour Sacks , president and chief executive of Sacks Equalization Model, Inc. , said that a new study published in the current issue of The Journal of Applied Finance is further evidence of pricing inequities in mutual funds shares.
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dec. 09--As the year draws to a close, investors are on a shopping spree for long-term equity funds and retirement mutual funds , the two types of money pools that offer tax savings.
Dec. 08 --In the past few months, Minister of Finance Yair Lapid has repeatedly said "what was will no longer be", and that he would make many changes for the good of the public in general and for the middle class in particular.
The government expects the private sector to chip in with close to 45 per cent of this targeted funding need.
Gerard, 60, has been semi-retired for four years. Divorced for more than 30 years with three grown children, he's turning his attention to his needs for now and the future.
Charitable-giving season is in full force. It's the time when many charities rely on the generosity of donors to make their budgets for the year and begin to fund their programs for the year ahead.
When you hear the term "mutual fund" what you are likely thinking about are Open-Ended Mutual Funds.
Ever since a California financial planner named William P. Bengen proposed it in 1994, retirees have relied on what's known as the 4% rule - if they withdraw 4% of their nest eggs the first year of retirement and adjust that amount for inflation thereafter, their money would last at least 30 years.
This is how John Bogle, founder of Vanguard Mutual Funds, begins the chapter titled "The Grand Illusion" in his 2007 book, "The Little Book of Common Sense Investing."
Happy Holidays. Yes, start celebrating the "Spirit of '14." Wall Street has glad tidings for investors everywhere ... USA Today's carolers are singing the good news: "Economy hotter than expected."
All the major indices have slipped lower, prompting the bears to start their dance of doom.
Goldman Sachs' asset management division is keen on showcasing its "liquid alternatives" mutual funds - meaning funds for nontraditional, hedge fund-like strategies.
Editor's Note: Introducing Kitco News' Invest Like The Experts Series, a weekly feature that will showcase investment gurus' top investm ent picks for the coming year.
Exchange traded funds, now widely held among investors both big and small, have gotten something of a reputation as keen trading tools.