Hot Reads: 60/40 Portfolio Could See a Comeback

Hot Reads: 60/40 Portfolio Could See a Comeback

Plus, how the thirst for income is driving massive inflows into dividend ETFs.
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How the 60/40 Portfolio Makes a Comeback (Of Dollars & Data)
There’s some evidence that bonds can generate better returns after high inflation.


Income-Hunting Investors Fueling a $50B ETF Bonanza (Financial Advisor)
Dividend ETFs are notching relentless inflows as traders take refuge in the stock market storm.


Thematic Versus Momentum Investing (Finominal)
It turns out systematic performance chasing beats performance chasing with a narrative.


Biden Touts Lower Gas Prices. Will They Stay There? (Kiplinger)
The White House is enjoying a retreat in pump prices. But energy markets offer no guarantees.


ETF Battles: Which Dividend ETF Is Best? (The Street)
It's a matchup of high dividend yield funds from Vanguard, Schwab and Global X.


Ritholtz: This Trait Makes You a Better Investor (ThinkAdvisor)
The Ritholtz Wealth Manager founder and CIO cautions investors to stay humble and avoid those who claim to know for certain what will happen next.


Do Currency-Hedged ETFs Have Merit for the Long Term? (Morningstar)
They've had a great run, but higher expected returns aren't their main selling point.


What Drove Losses at 4 Major Endowments? (Institutional Investor)
Technology, emerging markets and stocks dragged down performance at some of the most respected endowments.


Credit Markets at Elevated Spread Levels (Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views)
If the funding is tough, the spreads are wider.


Bear Market Math (A Wealth of Common Sense)
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