Most categories managed to climb a wall of worry as emerging markets and energy revived.
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.