Advisor Jeff Troutner of Equius Partners says a broader look at the numbers is less favorable to Vanguard than unsuspecting advisors might think—but Vanguard answers back to AdvisorOne.
Our readers weigh in on which shareholder letters or market commentary they regularly read.
But the majority of readers say they use actively managed funds, too.
The retirement plan for government workers is solid and cheap, but not without idiosyncrasy.
Stock, fund, and ETF ideas for investors who are putting new money to work and don't mind some short-term volatility along the way.
These errors can jack up tax--and opportunity--costs.
Author Bill Bernstein on how an investment mix, including the role of foreign equities, may change as investors age and move into retirement.
The most recent spate of jumps up and down have mostly been speculative in nature, says the Vanguard founder and former chairman.
Putting Humpty Dumpty back together will involve taking cues from the old defined-benefit system, says author Bill Bernstein.
Given the difficulty of timing interest-rate moves, author Rick Ferri recommends a diversified blend of high-quality bonds, high-yield credits, and a touch of TIPS.