What happens to the fund managers who leave the industry? Frank Talbot digs into the numbers
Analysis reveals the Multi Strategy and Market Neutral sectors are making good on their promise to offer broadly uncorrelated returns, though the link to equities remains
Having proved their worth in the last quarter of 2016 as bond funds took a hit, liquid alts have stayed ahead of fixed income this year too. But where are the investors?
Eight years into the business cycle and with interest rates set to rise again soon, our columnist issues a cry for help. What should he do with his problematic pension?
Despite uncertainty over the future of the Affordable Care Act, managers are still finding opportunities in health, biotech and pharmaceuticals.
Which managers have delivered the most outperformance since Donald Trump won the White House?
In an inhospitable fixed income climate, the sector’s leading performers have found compelling plays in less familiar parts of the market, says Frank Talbot
The broad rally in emerging markets has made it tougher for active managers to outperform, says Citywire's Frank Talbot, but as debt markets begin to look vulnerable passive players could soon come undone
Appetite for risk explains a strong start to 2017 for active funds, says Citywire’s Frank Talbot, but passion for passives continues unabated in the US.
Since the takeover of passives, the active industry appears to be in a performance decline, but Frank Talbot says it's time to embrace change and move away from benchmarking against an index.