These top managers continue to focus on higher-quality dividend-paying stocks in a market that has become more volatile of late.
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.
Plus, Vanguard adds a board member, American Century news, and more.
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.
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.