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  1. Is the Do-It-Yourself Retirement Model Failing Us?

    401(k) auto-enrollment and auto-escalation programs have made a big difference, but too many retirement savers are still being left behind, says behavioral science and economics professor Richard Thaler.

  2. The Big, Bad Bite of Taxes and Inflation

    Both factors dramatically cut historical stock and bond returns, stressing the importance of tax-advantaged accounts and inflation-beating strategies.

  3. An Alternative Fund That Takes the Edge Off Equities

    Silver-rated Gateway Fund's 30-year track record demonstrates viability across full market cycles.

  4. Converting to a Roth? Answer These 3 Questions First

    Ask yourself when you'll need the money, what your future tax bracket may be, and where you'll find the money to pay the taxes due upon conversion, says retirement expert Ed Slott.

  5. Wait for a Price Cut on Organic-Food Stocks

    Sales growth in the organic-food space should prove to be sustainable over the long term, but the related stocks are currently overvalued.

  6. Heinz Deal Beefs Up Kraft’s Growth Prospects

    Leveraging Heinz's more extensive global footprint and efficient operations should help Kraft expand its earnings and competitive advantage, says Morningstar's Erin Lash.

  7. First-Quarter Leaders and Laggards: Equity Funds

    International funds outpaced domestic, small-cap bested large-cap, and growth beat value.

  8. The Future Looks Bright for This Wide-Moat Utility

    ITC boasts much higher returns on capital and significantly lower risk than other utilities thanks to its friendlier regulatory situation, says Morningstar's Matt Coffina.

  9. Johnson: Slow-and-Steady Economy Continues in 2015

    Recent data looks a little soft, but a better housing market should buoy up the weaker areas of the economy and make for a steady, staid 2015, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

  10. Volatility and Risk: Know the Difference

    Investors should control for real risk--namely, the risk of losing money--at all times in their portfolios, says Oaktree's Howard Marks.

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