NYSE bell ringing celebrates launch of the Natixis Seeyond International Minimum Volatility ETF
Discussing the causes and potential consequences of the UK’s "Leave" vote.
Transaction costs for exchange traded funds include the spread. We look at how this figure is defined and calculated.
Beyond affordability, some passive approaches to investing may result in lost opportunities.
How might advisors and their clients adjust to an increasingly deglobalized world?
Valuations may be better for managing longer-term expected returns than as a market timing tool.
A look at potential macroeconomic trends in the year ahead.
When considering ETFs, know how premium/discount is calculated – and look at other factors.
In one sense, Italy’s "No" vote was another victory for populism, but it wasn’t a major surprise.
Markets have reacted to the election results – but politics isn’t the only factor that should be considered in evaluating capital markets.
The landscape of ETFs has changed dramatically. Explore the innovative role actively managed ETFs now play.
Lower-risk stocks mean reduced returns. Right? Wrong. Seeyond research dispels the myth.
How might an increase in restrictive trade measures effect FAs and their clients?
The UK has woken up as a divided country. While 52% of the voters prefer to leave the European Union, 48% wanted to stay. At first glance, it looks...
Chief Market Strategiest David Lafferty looks the potential benefits and drawbacks of passive strategies
Portfolio manager Michael Buckius discusses how the fund’s low-volatility equity approach may be an effective way to manage risk in turbulent markets by reducing the impact of severe market swings on fund returns.
Co-managers Scott Weber and Rhett Carter explain their valuation discipline, loss avoidance philosophy, high concentration approach and why trading time for value makes sense.
Market gyrations over the past year may feel extreme to some, but history suggests investors need to get used to it. Stock market volatility levels...
Changing global growth patterns, the global credit cycle, a U.S. profits recession, and low global inflation are key topics covered in Loomis sector teams’ 2016 outlooks.
It is often said that when China sneezes, Asia catches the flu. As China’s economic might has grown over the last decade, we’ve come to learn that the...