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For the past forty years, Wall Street and corporate boards increasingly have focused on short-term profits. Quarterly earnings determine the fate of a company’s share price, and demonstrating a robust trajectory of short-term earnings growth is rewarded above all else. Signs suggest that this trajectory is shifting, and if it does, that will bolster a long-term approach to investing and managing money.
Keep Your Friends Close and Your Robo-Advisor Closer: It may have taken years for automation to disrupt the financial services industry, but a recent rapid growth in robo-advisors likely means that significant changes lie ahead in the asset and wealth management landscape. Are human advisors facing a threat, or is it an opportunity?
Will 2015 finally be the year for international stocks? Year-to-date performance suggests yes, as do proclamations by renowned market experts. But the case is far from clear or settled.
Stop the debate: active and passive investing are best when they work together. Despite underwhelming performance in recent years, keeping active managers in the mix is key to minimizing volatility and achieving alpha in investor portfolios.
An inside look at Envestnet's annual conference for clients and prospects that includes executive and client interviews.
An inside look at Envestnet's annual conference for clients and prospects that includes executive and client interviews.
An inside look at Envestnet's annual conference for clients and prospects that includes executive and client interviews.