A handful of funds have gotten all the love in the wake of Bill Gross' departure from PIMCO, but investors can widen their scope.
International-equity funds--particularly currency-hedged funds--were the biggest beneficiaries of new investor dollars in March, continuing a broader trend over the last several years.
Morningstar's Russ Kinnel, Sarah Bush, and Christine Benz highlight their top fund picks for domestic and foreign equity, core bond, inflation-protected securities, and much more.
One T. Rowe fund is out, but PIMCO-managed funds are staying put despite manager changes.
An additional $12.5 billion left PIMCO's flagship Total Return Fund in January, bringing the total outflow to more than $90 billion since Bill Gross' departure.
Morningstar's director of personal finance outlines how to gauge your portfolio's viability, evaluate your allocation, troubleshoot risk factors, and more in this special Web seminar presentation.
Investors who haven't checked in for a while may find their U.S. stock allocation is oversized compared with their overseas and bond holdings.
Decide what attributes you value most, then go from there.
Early indications suggest DoubleLine, Metropolitan West, and Dodge & Cox may be benefiting from Bill Gross' departure.
Even with retirement on the horizon, our portfolio maintains a sizable equity weighting.