Morningstar readers share how they're focusing on income producers in their retirement accounts while others address what they're doing with cash in a fully valued market.
The location of a company's headquarters doesn't tell the whole story.
Some readers carve out specialized emerging-markets stakes, while others are content with the indirect route.
By making good use of their flexible approaches, these funds demonstrate that active management can work.
If you believe success in today's stock market demands selectivity, these fund managers have proven they can deliver, says Morningstar's director of personal finance.
With conviction and creativity, Oakmark’s Bill Nygren invests in any company that he views as a bargain—even Apple.
Each option, including owning no world-stock funds at all, has its pros and cons.
College savings just got a lot cheaper and more.