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  1. Which Investments Could Benefit From Rising Interest Rates?

    Bank loans and financials stocks could rise if rates do, but interested investors should be careful not to overpay.

  2. 25 Funds Investors Are Dumping

    Recent sales underscore the perils of timing interest-rate changes--and the virtue of patience.

  3. Bank Loans Not the Same as Money Markets

    The risk of bank-loan defaults is muted at the same time investor demand for such products remains elevated, but this volatile asset class is not for near-term cash needs, says Fidelity's Eric Mollenhauer.

  4. What Investors Were Researching in April

    Investors remained focused on moats and income in April, while plummeting gold prices raised interest in gold-focused ETFs.

  5. What Investors Were Researching in May

    Investors continued their search for income in May, as the future of monetary policy came into sharp focus during the month.

  6. A Conservative Retirement Portfolio in 3 Buckets

    We check up on performance and recommend a small tweak in our portfolio geared toward those with shorter time horizons.

  7. Practical Strategies for Today's Bond Market

    The outlook for bonds is just as cloudy as ever, but Morningstar's Miriam Sjoblom and Marta Norton offer helpful tips for setting the right expectations and creating a game plan in today's challenging bond market.

  8. Our Active and Passive Picks for Bank-Loan Funds

    With investor interest in bank loans at elevated levels, Morningstar's Sarah Bush and Tim Strauts offer their highest-conviction mutual fund and ETF picks for those seeking exposure to this asset class.

  9. What Investors Were Researching in February

    Investors continued their search for income and equity bargains last month.

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