Value investing, emerging markets, and preferred stocks.
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Correlations between U.S. and foreign stocks have generally been rising over the past several decades, but that doesn't mean you should shun overseas holdings.
Containers, coal, crude, and codes are investors' current concerns.
Stewardship in the fund industry has improved markedly since the 1980s and 1990s, and we must not let it slip.
Putting investors first made the industry great.
As a whole, non-U.S. markets don't look cheap, but there are some values.
Ratcheting down your equity exposure when stocks are richly valued can help combat 'sequence of return' risk and improve retirement-income sustainability, says financial-planning expert Michael Kitces.