Hot Reads: AI-Powered Funds Disappoint

September 21, 2022

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

Do Funds Powered by AI Outperform? (The Evidence Based Investor)
There is the hope that AI could "rescue" the active management industry, which has seen a persistent decline in the ability to generate alpha.

 

"Dr. Doom": Long, Ugly Recession, Stocks Sinking 40% (FA Magazine)
Economist Nouriel Roubini sees recession occurring at the end of 2022 that could last all of 2023, with a sharp correction in the S&P 500.

 

El-Erian: Stagflation Is Coming (Yahoo Finance)
The situation calls for defensive moves by investors, and in the world of equities, that's a recipe for dividend stocks.

 

Market Volatility Hasn't Helped Active Funds Beat Passive Peers (Morningstar)
The latest installment of the Active/Passive Barometer highlights active managers' struggles.

 

Rate Hike Fears Hitting People Where They Live (Advisor Perspectives)
If there's one area where the Fed's monetary policy could wreak changes, it's housing.

 

Global Tightening Increases Odds of Global Recession (Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views)
The actions of 2020 that created global inflation are now being reversed regardless of the impact on local or global aggregate demand.

 

Guesstimating the Terminal Rate for Fed Policy (Capital Spectator)
It will likely take several months at the least of decelerating inflation prints to convince the central bank that it can ease up on policy tightening.

 

China Rapidly Approves 6 Niche Tech ETFs (Financial Times)
Unusually fast move follows U.S. decision to place export ban on semiconductor technologies.

 

Ford Shocked Investors Just Like FedEx (Yahoo Finance)
The auto giant warned of a $1 billion profit hit late Monday, in the form of higher parts costs.

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