Morningstar's Heather Brilliant says better revenue opportunities exist in the U.S. now than in foreign markets, and investors should demand discounts for firms with large non-U.S. sales footprints.
The Fed sits still, Facebook gets ahead of itself, Apple's quarter is good enough, and more.
The Vanguard founder says investors may face lower-than-normal real returns on stocks and should hold bonds for ballast and not return.
As we're likely to see political squabbles and slow growth continue, investors will be well-served by sticking with defensive firms that have solid dividend-payout records and competitive advantages, says Morningstar's Josh Peters.
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Venezuelan oil politics loom large within the energy sector today.
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