March Monthly Commentary
March 2019 commentary is now available.
Ariel Marks 10th Anniversary of GFC Market Bottom with "From the Front Lines of the Financial Crisis" Study
Read about Ariel's experiences and lessons learned from the Global Financial Crisis (GFC).
How A No. 1 Fund Survived: Lessons Learned From The Great Recession
While many investors panicked, Ariel remained committed to a time-tested investment strategy that has fueled our success for more than 35 years.
Stock Picks from the Pros (Roundtable Part 2)
Rupal Bhansali joins the 2019 Barron's Roundtable and shares stock picks for a changing and tumultuous world.
Goodbye to Gloom (Roundtable Part 1)
Despite concerns about debt, disruption, interest rates and trade, Rupal Bhansali and her fellow Barron's 2019 Roundtable members see a decent year ahead for stocks.
Behind the Dazzle of Tiffany & Co.
Charlie Bobrinskoy discusses why Tiffany is a great company, but not always a great stock.
Inflation — and Why It Matters to Investors
Charlie Bobrinskoy share his insights on why investors should be concerned about rising inflation.
Ariel Investments board member, and University of Notre Dame professor, Dr. Martijn Cremers makes the case for active management
Find tax form information, mailing dates, and which forms apply to you.
A closer look at the research and analysis that take place during the lifetime of featured Ariel stock holdings
Ariel Fund named to Kiplinger's list of funds that excel at ESG investing
John Rogers and Charlie Bobrinskoy reflect on 35 years of patient investing, lessons learned, the state of the economy, and more
Financial advisors are urging clients to keep their current asset allocation intact
John W. Rogers, Jr. on the key characteristics that set our firm apart from others
Our portfolio managers share their unique approaches to managing risk
We are delighted to share a sample of the non-profit organizations our firm supports
Investor Class as of 04/18/2019
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