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Retired investors with a stomach for more risk might consider easing into these funds, says Morningstar's Christine Benz.
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Investors who want to keep costs down while still enjoying active management can choose from these analyst-approved offerings.
In this special midyear presentation, Morningstar's Christine Benz demonstrates how to gauge the viability of your current plan, evaluate positioning, troubleshoot risk factors, and much more.
Despite equities' strong returns, investors remain unexcited about stocks and instead continue to put more money to work in bond funds.
Management's foresight to have less rate sensitivity in the portfolio allowed the Gold-rated fixed-income fund to generate a positive return in 2013.
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A three- to five-year investment time frame and the discipline to fully understand an issuer's creditworthiness have served Dodge & Cox Income well, says manager Tom Dugan.
These actively managed offerings are led by experienced managers and have beaten their benchmarks during the past decade.