Weekly Wrap: Undervalued Stocks, Balancing Retirement and College Savings, and Funds Facing Key-Person Risk
We recap the week on Morningstar.com and note the most popular stocks, funds, and exchange-traded funds.
33 Undervalued Stocks
Here are our analysts' top ideas in each sector at the third quarter's end.
Is the Market 'Due' for a Downturn?
Maybe. Maybe not. Just don’t fall prey to the Gambler’s Fallacy.
7 Steps to Estimating Your In-Retirement Cash-Flow Needs
Rules of thumb may be too high for affluent retirees with high savings rates, but healthcare costs are a major swing factor.
The College Question
When the cost of college threatens retirement, how do you break it down?
Succession Concerns Limit These Funds' Long-Term Prospects
The departure of a star manager leaves a tough act to follow.
Portfolio Planning and Personal Finance With Christine Benz
How to Escape From a Lousy Health Savings Account
You may be switching to cut costs, but watch out: You may trigger additional fees along the way.
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