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2010 Morningstar Ibbotson Conference Videos

  1. Ibbotson : Don't Overreact to Short-Term Volatility

    Instead of timing the ups and downs, investors should hold stocks for the long run and look to short-duration bonds as portfolio diversifiers, says Zebra Capital Management's Roger Ibbotson .

  2. Ibbotson : Unpopularity Pays

    New research shows that holding unpopular stocks and avoiding hot ones can lead to outperformance over time, says Zebra Capital Management's Roger Ibbotson .

  3. Ibbotson : Danger in Reaching for Yield

    Fixed-income investments are still necessary, but with tight credit spreads right now, obtaining extra yield carries heavy risks, says Zebra Capital chairman Roger Ibbotson .

  4. What the Best 'In-Retirement' Mutual Funds Can Teach You

    We survey the asset-allocation breakdowns of some of our favorite target-date retirement funds.

  5. Does Higher Risk Really Mean Higher Return?

    Equity investors looking for higher returns should consider low-volatility, less liquid stocks, which outperform their higher-risk peers over the long term, says Zebra Capital chairman Roger Ibbotson .

  6. 3 Risks That Might Be Lurking in Your Portfolio

    Investors should keep an eye on valuations and gauge their portfolios' vulnerability to inflation and rising interest rates when rebalancing, says Morningstar's Christine Benz.

  7. Global Economy: Biggest Concerns and Bright Spots

    Multiple risks brewing in China may be tempered by continued accommodative central bank policies, says Morningstar Investment Management's Francisco Torralba.

  8. Retirement Glide Path: Is Comfort Key?

    Whether to have an increasing or decreasing equity glide path may have more to do with an investor's risk preference than with asset-class expectations, says Morningstar Investment Management's David Blanchett.

  9. Optimizing a Retirement Portfolio for Income

    Long-term government bonds, emerging-markets debt, and preferred stocks may take more prominence for retirees who wish to live solely off a portfolio's income stream, says Morningstar Investment Management's David Blanchett.

  10. Cream of the Crop: Our Favorite Funds in All Flavors

    Morningstar's Russ Kinnel, Sarah Bush, and Christine Benz highlight their top fund picks for domestic and foreign equity, core bond, inflation-protected securities, and much more.

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