After a few false starts, the auto industry is finally hitting a setback-free recovery in 2012, according to Morningstar's Dave Whiston.
Morningstar's new Stewardship Ratings for stocks can help reveal if management teams are working in shareholders' best interests or just their own.
Markets editor Jeremy Glaser examines how hurricane cleanup may impact the insurance and energy sectors, what a senior leadership cleanup at Apple means for the firm, and more.
The mid-single-digit returns that fixed-income investors have become accustomed to are unlikely to be repeated, says Fidelity Total Bond manager Ford O'Neil.
Slowing demand has pushed gold prices down during the past year, but good exposure to the commodity can be had through several growth-oriented names.
The market is undervaluing how the boost in new customers will offset new regulations for managed-care companies, says Morningstar's Matt Coffina.
Cara Esser explains the fundamentals behind Morningstar's CEF Analyst Ratings and what investors should keep in mind before buying or selling a fund.
With the U.S. market for life insurance mature, firms are increasingly looking to Asia for growth, says Morningstar's Drew Woodbury.
Even after a strong rebound from the market trough in 2009, the U.S. auto sector still has room to run.
Costs and regulatory issues keep mirrors safe from replacement by cameras in the medium term, but Gentex should try to acquire camera maker Mobileye for its growth potential in active safety and to put Gentex’s cash hoard to work.
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