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Ben Hernandez | Equities.com |

For millennials who didn’t understand the economic ramifications of the financial crisis over a decade ago, they’re now realizing how a crisis like the coronavirus pandemic can upend the economy quickly. Nonetheless, it’s opening up investment opportunities that are catering to millennials like environmental, social and governance (ESG). “The escalating coronavirus pandemic has ushered in a new era of stock market volatility, as investors come to terms with consecutive history-making da...


Reuters | Equities.com |

(Reuters) - The world’s biggest asset manager BlackRock Inc saw the capital it manages fall by almost $1 trillion in the first quarter as investors pulled money out of its marquee funds amid the most damaging stock market selloff in more than a decade. The company, a huge figure on global financial markets, reported a 23% drop in quarterly profit on Thursday, as investors preferred cash management services, while costs rose. The company ended the first quarter with $6.47 trillion in assets u...


David Trainer | Equities.com |

This week we feature a fund that successfully executes a superior stock-picking methodology.


Edward Kim | Equities.com |

The new fund is listed on the London Stock Exchange with a total expense ratio of 0.09%.


David Trainer | Equities.com |

Despite its 4 and 5-Star Morningstar rating (depending upon share class), this fund is one of the worst rated funds in our 7,000 ETF and mutual fund coverage universe.


The Acquirer’s Multiple® | Equities.com |

In this episode of The Acquirer’s Podcast Tobias chats with Michael Green. He is a Partner and Chief Strategist at logicafunds.


Frank Holmes | Equities.com |

Low-to-negative rates make it challenging to generate income, and this may push investors into riskier assets.


IRIS.xyz | Equities.com |

Today’s S&P 500 and Nasdaq trend bears a striking relationship to the Dot-Com era. But that’s not bad news.


Stephen McBride | Equities.com |

Hackers are constantly finding new ways to exploit vulnerable systems, and companies must keep pouring money into their digital defenses.


Frank Holmes | Equities.com |

U.S.-based ETFs had a red-hot 2019, ending the year with $4.4 trillion in assets, a 30 percent increase from 2018.



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