After a few false starts, the auto industry is finally hitting a setback-free recovery in 2012, according to Morningstar's Dave Whiston.
Many investors cashed out of core domestic and international stock mutual funds in November, while emerging-markets funds remain popular despite a recent correction.
The market's flat performance amid terrible macro headlines holds an important insight for investors, says Sanibel Captiva Investment Advisers' Pat Dorsey.
Sanibel Captiva's Pat Dorsey discusses what investors might regret from 2011, and how they can avoid those mistakes in 2012.
Morningstar's 2011 Fixed-Income Manager of the Year John Carlson outlines his strategy for Fidelity New Markets Income going into last year and what he expects for 2012 and beyond.
While some check out, others may only dream of a getaway from recent corporate headaches, reports Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser.
Five stats from the market and the stories behind them. This week: A fake tweet's 140-point implications, Apple's $100 billion back to shareholders, and P&G's $10 billion uphill climb.
Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser studies possible impacts of the Facebook IPO controversy, struggles and turnarounds at Dell and HP, real economy weakness in the eurozone, and slower sales at Tiffany.
Even after a strong rebound from the market trough in 2009, the U.S. auto sector still has room to run.
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