For investors bold enough to venture into the bruised U.S. energy sector, this ETF is one of the best bargains around.
Ariel International marks the firm’s first foray into foreign-stock investing. It has been a performance success so far.
Stocks eked out gains amid Fed-watching, continued mergers and acquisitions, and the ongoing Greek debt crisis.
The energy sector looks to be the last pocket of value in a fairly priced market.
This ETF offers a cheap and broadly diversified way to invest in the volatile energy sector.
High offer price for BG Group drags Shell's fair value estimate lower.
The recent wave of M&A continued this week, but some mergers look better than others for shareholders.
Near-term execution issues have left BG Group shares in the bargain bin, but Shell is still paying a hefty price for the firm, writes Morningstar analyst Stephen Simko.
Given our lowered oil-price forecast, fair value estimates for major energy producers such as Chevron and Shell have dropped, but Chevron still has a compelling long-term dividend story, says Morningstar's Josh Peters.
Reinvested dividends from GE, P&G, and Spectra Energy could boost an IRA over the long term, and the stocks also trade at attractive valuations today, says Morningstar's Josh Peters.