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James R.F. Guy Professor Emeritus of Finance
According to some, value investing is on life support, if not dead. Wharton experts say that depends on how one measures value.
It sounds obvious: Financial advisors must put their clients’ interests ahead of their own. But that hasn’t always been standard industry practice. Will pending new rules change the way business[…]
The world’s central banks are increasingly entering the uncharted territory of negative interest rates. Will the move promote spending by consumers and businesses, or will economies see unintended consequences?
For hedge funds, poor performance, closures and large investor withdrawals are raising questions about their future. But don’t expect hedge funds to disappear anytime soon.
A new book by Wharton's Richard Marston dispels some common beliefs about what Americans need to save for retirement.