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CNBC.com and Citywire rank the top 20 non-U.S. portfolio managers over three years, vetted from 10,000 managers in 41 countries.
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About 25 percent of advisors now outsource their asset and investment management to third parties, often referred to as TAMPs. Here's why.
While a near-term rebound in value stocks is doubtful, one surely is coming eventually. The key is to be ready when the ground shifts.
With markets swinging and central banks toying with negative interest rates, the Fed's own recent rate hike may be its last for some time.
If you think the market is going to plod along at best or is due for a correction, there are still two stock trades for pessimists.
While portfolio architecture and management is not easy, here is a seven-step process that makes it surprisingly simple.
Assessing investors' feelings to risk is more than a pastime for financial advisors; it's key to doing business, thanks to regulations.
A change Goldman Sachs is making to permanently lower fees on ETFs points to a widespread ETF industry practice that few investors monitor.
The Labor Department is now requiring advisors handling 401(k) plans and individual retirement accounts to act in clients' best interests.
A look at steps U.S. investors can take to benefit from misguided monetary policies, such as negative interest rates, in Europe and Japan.
A new study by CFA Institute finds a huge gap between what investors say they want and what many investment management firms are delivering.
The seemingly simple concept of risk tolerance is misunderstood by investors and financial advisors alike, impacting money decisions.
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CNBC's annual study measures all 50 states on more than 60 different metrics.
The International Paris Air Show is celebrating its 52nd anniversary this year with the big movers and shakers in the aerospace and defense industry all attending the event.
CNBC’s “Trailblazers” travels across the globe bringing insight into some of the world’s key cities through the eyes of the celebrities that live there.
Jim Cramer dives into the world of tequila in light of Diageo's $1 billion deal to buy George Clooney's Casamigos.
A recent shift in the European political landscape means there are 'simply better opportunities overseas,' an analyst says.
Oracle's cloud growth helped the company beat analysts' estimates for earnings.
Should retirees pay off their mortgage? The strategy depends on taxes, asset/income levels and attitude toward debt.
When it comes to retirement, whatever money an older divorcing couple has needs to be divided — after high legal bills.
The recent past was great for long-only risk assets, but hedge funds provide unique advantages for investors.