Dividend-paying stocks and preferreds, lower-quality bonds, and stable-value funds top readers' lists of investments for a yield-starved environment.
Investors who want to keep costs down while still enjoying active management can choose from these analyst-approved offerings.
This retiree looks to get more fully invested and determine whether the stable-value option merits staying put in an old 401(k).
Readers share where they're holding money they expect to spend within the next year or two.
Morningstar's Eric Jacobson runs the gamut with some of his favorite fixed-income funds, including ideas for core, short-term, multisector, high-yield, and muni exposure.
Here's a way to pick up a bit of yield in your portfolio while keeping a lid on volatility and taxes.
The love fest with Vanguard Wellington and Wellesley Income continues, but Berkshire Hathaway and J&J have their backers, too.