Our most popular articles and videos for the week ended November 21.
Is a plain-vanilla 60/40 index fund that hard to beat? Apparently so.
Some supposedly staid allocation funds have ventured down the credit-quality ladder.
Equity holdings perform well, while inflation hedges lag.
These stocks, mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds would be worthy core options for buy-and-hold investors.
This retiree looks to get more fully invested and determine whether the stable-value option merits staying put in an old 401(k).
Retired investors with a stomach for more risk might consider easing into these funds, says Morningstar's Christine Benz.
Retired investors can tilt their portfolios to the safer side with these funds, says Morningstar's Christine Benz.
The love fest with Vanguard Wellington and Wellesley Income continues, but Berkshire Hathaway and J&J have their backers, too.
We check up on performance and recommend a small tweak in our portfolio geared toward those with shorter time horizons.