Mutual funds have 'invisible' costs, study reports

(Phys.org)—Investors often rely on the commonly published "expense ratio" of mutual funds as a predictor of performance, but this measure ignores "invisible" costs that occur when funds trade portfolio securities, which ...

Want a piece of Facebook? Get in line

Facebook may be the year's hottest stock issue -- but try getting a piece of it. Small investors will find the line long and hurdles high to get even a handful of shares.

Money managers, analysts comment on Facebook IPO

Facebook is finally going public. For investors lucky enough to get in on the IPO, the question is simple: Is this going to be the mother lode that puts their kids through college? Or an over-hyped dud?

Coupons.com gets $200M investment

(AP) -- Digital coupon provider Coupons.com Inc. has received $200 million from undisclosed institutional investors, making it the latest Internet company to attract significant attention from the investor community.

Wealthfront lets regular folks invest like the rich

Startup Wealthfront has revamped its online service to give middle- and lower-income people in the United States investment tools typically reserved for the rich to make profit on their money.

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