Given valuations and where interest rates are headed, you don't want a lot of market risk now, says Eaton Vance Bond manager Kathleen Gaffney.
Aggressive easing policies, particularly in the U.S. and Japan, are creating a global currency war and establishing the foundation for a possible worldwide recession, says Komal Sri-Kumar.
Why Morningstar's Bob Johnson is not the most optimistic guy on the street.
After strong flows into stock funds earlier this year, investor interest in equities is waning as bond funds remain in high demand, says Morningstar's Mike Rawson.
Gateway's Harry Merriken discusses how the fund's stocks-and-options strategy hedges against volatility to keep people invested in equities, while its tax efficiency is an added bonus.
The decision about when to file for Social Security benefits is a complicated one, and it gets even more complex when two spouses are involved.
The U.S. gets an overall A in Morningstar's third Global Fund Investor Experience Report, but some things could be better for U.S. fundholders.
As investors debate the challenges of interest-rate and credit risks, they should also understand the role bonds play in their portfolios, says Morningstar's Sarah Bush.
UBS' Justin Demko breaks down the components in his team's managed portfolios strategy and the advantages they can have for advisors.
Although value funds have led the pack during this year's equity bull run, a handful of growth-oriented portfolios have held their own.
It's no secret the job market recovery has been sluggish, but the culprits might surprise you.
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