Investors remained focused on moats and income in April, while plummeting gold prices raised interest in gold-focused ETFs.
These noncore funds can augment sturdy, higher-quality core holdings.
Many Morningstar.com respondents are banking on active management to deliver the goods in the years ahead.
Brown Brothers Harriman launches a concentrated large-blend fund investing in U.S. and foreign stocks; Vanguard reopens its Capital Opportunity fund to individual investors; Franklin Templeton rolls out an emerging-markets bond fund; USAA seeks permission to create actively managed ETFs; and ...
As the market shrugged off new eurozone worries in March, investors remained focused on finding cheap, wide-moat stocks and income-producing investments.
Small- and mid-cap holdings top readers' lists of attractive funds that are closed or otherwise unavailable.
Investors continued their search for income and equity bargains last month.
Some users find value in dividend-paying blue chips, while others are compiling watchlists and waiting for a pullback.
Dan Fuss and Michael Hasenstab have independent streaks that lead them to unconventional and profitable opportunities.
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