Risk, schmisk: These mild-mannered funds have exhibited minuscule drawdowns over the past 10 years.
This ETF takes less credit risk than most of its peers, so it offers a lower yield, but its cost advantage gives it a durable edge.
A portfolio of low-cost index funds isn't a bad starting point for the average investor.
These intermediate-term bond funds have grown the most as PIMCO's flagship has shrunk.
Short of an unlikely breach of investor trust, Morningstar’s Ben Johnson thinks the fund giant will continue its momentum.
Investors are keeping the faith in actively managed bond funds but using index products almost everywhere else.
But passive equity and alternative strategies continue to draw interest.
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While many rival funds are venturing into lower-quality credits, these funds have been downplaying them.
Designed for retirees in tax-deferred accounts, these portfolios blend index and active funds.