Some argue that active management is a zero-sum game, so investing passively—relying on the wisdom of crowds—is better. How strong is that logic?
Stock market volatility in 2017 has been so low that it’s been hard to miss. This unusual tranquility may be sowing the seeds of future turmoil.
Are you using the whole pension toolbox? See what large plan sponsors are up to in this latest blog post from Bob Collie.
Renewable energy is growing and offers potential opportunities for investors, but also challenges. Learn more about what investors may need to know.
Interest rates and the U.S. stock market have a complex relationship. Don’t be fooled by correlation statistics on the matter. Read more now.
Low interest rates should not affect whether a pension plan chooses to pursue an LDI strategy, but they may change how that strategy is implemented.
Pension plan funded status remains stubbornly low due to low interest rates despite many other key plan metrics returning to pre-crisis levels. Could the 2008 financial crisis be to blame? Bob Collie investigates.