A resurgence of first-time buyers is driving new home sales, while the aging population is affecting existing home inventory and sales, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.
With a low 0.09% fee, Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta U.S. Large Cap Equity ETF looks to exploit time-tested factors in a fairly simple, highly transparent manner.
The narrow-moat company stands to benefit from an increase in uranium demand and is trading at a 40% discount to our fair value estimate.
Active outperformance isn't easy in any market but stands a better chance when fees are low.
As summer winds down, retirees can undertake these tasks so their portfolios are in good shape before the end of the year.
PIMCO Investment Grade Corporate Bond, led by Mark Kiesel, is unlikely to continue its strong performance run seen so far this year, but it remains a solid long-term option.
The independent power producer looks undervalued given its steady cash flows.
The second estimate of second-quarter GDP and durable goods orders are on our radar this week. Plus, Best Buy, HP, Dollar General, and Tiffany.
Home Depot and Lowe's showed that consumers are still opening their wallets to fix up their homes. Plus, Wynn looks undervalued, Intel opens up, and the Fed remains divided.
Inflation data indicates that retirees may be facing a small Social Security cost-of-living adjustment for next year, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.
This fund's out-of-favor style might seem to have little going for it, but a strong management team makes it worth keeping an eye on.
This dividend payer is one of the better bargains among asset managers today.
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