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  1. Mondelez Has 'Sweet' Competitive Positioning

    Slimming bloated operations and reinvesting in its solid portfolio of brands will drive more balanced top-line growth and profit improvement for the packaged-goods firm.

  2. Landmann: Tread Carefully in Today's Bond Market

    Uncertainty over interest rates, frothiness among higher-yielding issues, and liquidity risk are reasons to be cautious, says MetWest's Laird Landmann.

  3. This Fund's Dynamic Subadvisor Duo Delivers

    Silver-rated Vanguard-Equity Income's two subadvisors team up to deliver top-decile yield and the potential for long-term growth of capital.

  4. Romick: Waiting for Another Bite at the Apple

    With little margin of safety available in today's market, the Gold-rated FPA Crescent manager is waiting for better opportunities.

  5. Social Security: Part of Your Asset Allocation?

    Retirees should manage their portfolios with Social Security in mind, but including it as part of your bond allocation could get messy, says financial-planning expert Michael Kitces.

  6. Investors Flock to Low-Cost Funds

    Since 2003, the lowest-cost mutual funds have taken the lion's share of assets as the benefits of low fees became widely recognized and advisors moved away from commission-based accounts.

  7. How Oakmark Is Tapping Into Energy Opportunities

    Bill Nygren says Oakmark took small positions in two well-managed firms--Chesapeake and Apache--that could see significant upside when prices bounce back.

  8. Nygren: Why Amazon Was Misunderstood

    Amazon's third-party-selling business and investments for 'supernormal growth' were not well accounted for in the market valuation, says Oakmark manager Bill Nygren.

  9. Nygren: The Market Is About Where It Belongs

    Although not as cheap as it was, the stock market's valuation today isn't much different than long-term historical averages and is more attractive than competing investments like bonds and cash, says Oakmark's Bill Nygren.

  10. U.S. Economy: Little Capacity for Long-Term Growth

    The U.S. economy is bouncing back from first-quarter headwinds, but in the long run it can't grow more than about 1.5% per year, says David Kelly, chief global strategist for J.P. Morgan Funds.

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