Our Ultimate Stock-Pickers Index continues to beat the market even as relatively few of our top managers are outperforming the S&P 500.
Top managers continue to focus on higher-quality dividend-paying stocks in a fully valued market.
While Warren Buffett may have put the kibosh on a dividend for Berkshire's shareholders, he and the rest of our Ultimate Stock-Pickers continue to hold stocks yielding more than the S&P 500 Index.
This investor needed help transitioning a stock-heavy portfolio to a more age-appropriate asset allocation.
For those afraid the market will take a turn for the worse, we offer a selection of Gold- and Silver-rated stock funds that have beaten their peers during downturns.
Also, domestic-equity funds that hold up in a volatile market but get little mention and more.
There are more options than ever for investing in line with religious beliefs, writes Morningstar senior fund analyst David Kathman.
In the rush to index, high active share could, paradoxically, be a way to cut volatility.
Our top managers could look beyond pharmaceuticals for additional yield.
Nick Kaiser's Amana funds, which invest according to Islamic law, are trouncing their large-cap competition.