Fri, 12 Feb 2016
Declining prices make commodity producers look cheap, but Morningstar analysts believe there is more downside.
October data show continued inflows for bonds (including riskier fixed-income assets), while investors withdrew money from U.S. stock mutual funds and ETFs .
Flows have been high into developing-markets debt ETFs as investors seek more yield, but several funds are apt to manage the credit risks.
Street One Financial President Scott Freeze discusses the utility of limit orders, indicative values, patience, and more for optimizing ETF trades.
Eye-popping yields are scarce for many bond ETFs , but Morningstar's Sam Lee points out some attractive funds that focus on corporates, emerging markets , and Europe.
Morningstar investment experts Russ Kinnel, Matt Coffina, Josh Peters, and Sam Lee answer viewer questions about the current market and the best opportunities in stocks , funds, and ETFs today.
Morningstar's Cara Esser offers several closed - end funds for an income-seeker's watchlist.
There can be good reasons to own dividend-focused ETFs , but investors looking for pure income may be better off in individual stocks , says Morningstar's Josh Peters.
Morningstar's Patty Oey and Dan Rohr and Columbia Acorn's Andreas Waldburg-Wolfegg offer best practices for globe-trotting investors who must navigate choppy waters in today's market.
Whether you prefer an active or an index approach, our analysts say these are the best of breed.
Offerings from Oberweis, Rainier, and Seafarer are proving even small funds can be competitive when it comes to picking stocks across the globe.
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