Demanding a quick return and shorter payback, investors bid up higher-yielding but potentially slower-growing stocks.
As the market shrugged off new eurozone worries in March, investors remained focused on finding cheap, wide-moat stocks and income-producing investments.
Investors have shunned stocks, creating opportunities for those with underweightings in equities.
It's not Warren Buffett in a box, but it's close.
The new breed of dividend-themed ETFs offer some improvements, but our old favorites are still worthy of consideration.
Previewing a discussion that involves some of the pioneers in the world of fundamental indexing.
Morningstar ETF analyst Mike Rawson surveys the pros and cons of the different strategies employed by dividend ETFs.
When reaching for higher yields, don't lose sight of the risks.