Almost $18 billion flowed into U.S.-listed ETFs in the latest week, with most of it heading to equity funds.
New fund seeks to capture the performance strengths of publicly traded companies that are still run by their founders.
Something as simple as providing feedback to investors regarding their returns can lead to improvement in their portfolio performance.
Two firms will shutter a total of four funds.
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A combination of Russian funds is a better long-hold strategy than using just one.