Wednesday Hot Reads: Gundlach May Cap Fund Assets

August 09, 2017

Compiled by Staff


Gundlach Doesn't Want Huge Funds (Bloomberg Markets)
DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach doesn't want his funds to gather too much in assets.


BlackRock Defends Bond ETFs As It Captures Half Of Inflows (Fun Strategy)
The asset manager’s passive business, iShares, saw $21 billion of inflows into bond ETFs in Q2 out of $43.3 billion inflows in the products globally.


Private Equity Firms Sitting On Cash Park Funds In ETFs (Economic Times)
BlackRock and State Street, two of the world's biggest ETF providers, say an increasing number of institutional investors are using ETFs.


Large Cap Growth’s Resurgence Driven By Stronger Fundamentals (MainStay Investments)
Large-cap growth stocks have performed exceptionally well so far in 2017, driven by quality firms with sustainable business models.


Beyond Apple: Making A Better Technology ETF (Barron’s)
If you want to invest in the future, buy tech stocks. Or so the conventional wisdom goes.


Global Stocks Slide As ‘Fire & Fury’ Results In ‘Selling & Fear’ (ZeroHedge)
Yesterday's sharp escalation in the war of words between the U.S. and North Korea is rattling markets everywhere, triggering risk-off moves that pushed U.S. Treasurys and the VIX up. 


AQR On The Volatility Premium (Alpha Architect)
A look at some recent papers from AQR that discuss the volatility premium and covered-call selling.


Will Buy-&-Hold Survive A Downturn? (The Reformed Broker)
The truth is that if the market takes a tumble, investors will likely bolt.


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