These mutual funds lost the least in the bear market.
This fund should hold up better than most of its peers during market downturns.
Investor returns shed light on the implications of chasing performance or selling at the wrong time.
Take a look at the buys and sells of some top funds across the Morningstar Style Box.
This ETF should give small-cap investors a smoother ride, though it has some distinct risks.
These funds have become more concentrated among top holdings during the past three years.
Large growth fared best, while funds with heavy energy stakes collapsed.
We check up on performance and recommend a small tweak in our portfolio geared toward those with shorter time horizons.
Funds that held up better than their peers in 2008 soon may not compare as favorably, as five-year returns move forward.
Readers say they deal with market ups and downs in various ways, with many on the lookout for buying opportunities.