Undervalued Stocks, Quarter-End Coverage, and Dividend Picks
We take a numerical look through this week's Morningstar research. Plus, our most popular articles and videos for the week ended July 5.
The median stock in our coverage universe trades that much below fair value as of midyear. Energy remains the most undervalued sector, and we’re seeing compelling opportunities among the consumer cyclical sectors, too.
That’s how much you’d have today if you’d invested $100,000 in a good balanced fund a decade ago. Given the fine returns we’ve experienced during the past decade, Christine Benz suggests that investors avoid these four pitfalls.
That’s the dividend yield on AT&T (T), one of six of our favorite stock ideas for dividend investors at midyear.
8.7% vs. 7.8%
That’s the annualized return of emerging-markets stocks and emerging-markets bonds, respectively, during the past 15 years. Despite the slight return edge, John Rekenthaler suggests that developing-markets bonds may be the better investment.
That’s the return of the MSCI EAFE Index. We take a look at international-stock fund performance in the second quarter.
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