The odds may be better for small-cap managers, but they're still long.
Consider this low-cost exchange-traded fund to round out a large-cap equity holding.
As mid-cap funds go, this one is an odd duck, but it earns top marks.
High-dividend-paying stocks tend to be more sensitive to interest rates than their lower-yielding counterparts, but not for the reason you might think.
The case for index investing rests on the index fund's cost advantage and how representative it is of its actively managed peers, not market efficiency.
Some of our analysts' favorites pay below-average dividends but otherwise impress.
Tax planning throughout the year can be the most effective way to increase aftertax returns.
A look at the major equity index providers and the ways to gain access to them through ETFs.
See what we recommend for risk-averse ETF investors.
See what we recommend for risk-tolerant ETF investors with 20-plus-year time horizons.