US equities (SPX) are trading at a premium on a one-year forward earnings basis, when compared to European equities (EFA) and emerging markets (EEM).
Major mutual funds prefer Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B) over private equity firms and asset managers like Blackstone (BX) and BlackRock (BLK).
Emerging markets attracted overall positive cash flows for the week ending April 2, 2015. Investments witnessed increased allocation by 7% over the past three years.
The announcement of QE by the EU region led to continuous buying of EU equities in 2015. For the week ending April 2, 2014, the region witnessed a marginal outflow.
US equities witnessed outflows from the equities in the last few weeks. For the week ending April 2, 2014, US equities saw outflows of $3 billion.
US equities (SPY) continue their upward trend in 2015. The S&P 500 Index was marginally up by 0.52% to 2,067. The gains were smallest in the current year.
US equities (SPY) have performed well over the past few years and have continued their run in 2015. Equities have outperformed major economies.
T. Rowe Price Group manages $477.6 billion in sponsored mutual funds, the assets under management of which have grown 17% over the past three years.
T. Rowe Price Group is big on retirement solutions because of existing growth opportunities in the segment.
T. Rowe Price Group’s research team has played a pivotal role in shaping its mutual fund and advisory businesses.
T. Rowe Price Group has 37% of its assets under the “other investment portfolios” category.
Over time, T. Rowe Price Group has increased funding for long-term initiatives to innovate, introduce new funds, and expand its distribution channels.
Today, the company is focusing on differentiating its product offerings in the ETF market by offering actively managed ETFs.
T. Rowe Price Group has delivered above-average growth in terms of capital profits and dividends. Its dividend yield has been ~2% over the past five years.
Investment advisors, exchange-traded funds, and institutional funds together own more than 85% of T. Rowe Price Group stock.
Founded in 1937, T. Rowe Price Group (TROW) provides global investment management services to retail and institutional clients across the globe. T. Rowe Price Group offerings include sponsored mutual funds…
Considering BlackRock’s double-digit EPS growth due to a focus on iShares and Retail clientele, the stock can continue to trade at 19x price to earnings.
Historically, Blackstone has had realization rates in the range of 45% to 55%, increasing its net performance fee receivable for six consecutive years.
BlackRock (BLK) generated good returns for the investors in its equity over the past two decades—through dividends and capital profits.
BlackRock’s (BLK) exposure through equity funds is quite diversified. Almost 50% of the funds are invested in international markets. This includes emerging markets.