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  1. Practical Strategies for Today's Bond Market

    The outlook for bonds is just as cloudy as ever, but Morningstar's Miriam Sjoblom and Marta Norton offer helpful tips for setting the right expectations and creating a game plan in today's challenging bond market.

  2. Bond -Fund Investors Walking Gingerly

    First-quarter flows into many bond - fund categories were tepid compared with their equity counterparts, with improving economic conditions creating a Treasury sell-off.

  3. 4 Bond Funds for Your Taxable Account

    Muni - bond funds continue to experience high investor demand, and Morningstar's Miriam Sjoblom offers picks for core and noncore holdings.

  4. Give Your Portfolio a Checkup

    Morningstar's Christine Benz shows you how to uncover portfolio strengths and weaknesses, determine the impact of market movements on your asset mix, and more.

  5. Bogle: We Need to Fix the Bond Index

    The benchmark index doesn't reflect the true allocations of U.S. bond investors, and the industry needs to look again at corporate- bond index funds or rework the current index, says Vanguard founder Jack Bogle.

  6. Muni Investors: Time to Check Your Expectations

    Morningstar associate director of fund analysis Miriam Sjoblom explains what drove municipal bonds' great performance in 2011 and what issues may lie ahead for muni investors.

  7. Investors Continue Their Quest for Yield

    Income-hungry investors sought out niche fixed-income funds like bank-loans and non-traditional bonds in the first quarter, while the so-called great rotation into stocks is not yet confirmed.

  8. Munis Still Worth a Look

    With a tilt toward longer durations, worries over Puerto Rico, and large outflows, muni funds struggled in 2013, but they have something to offer investors, says Morningstar's Eric Jacobson.

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