Probably not, says contributor John Waggoner. But perhaps more importantly, the concept is being redefined by active money managers.
Contributor John Waggoner explores where we are in the economic cycle and what sectors may be poised to profit.
Tumbling oil prices, a tightening labor market, and an impending interest-rate hike stand out as the year's biggest developments, writes longtime market observer John Waggoner.
Master limited partnerships may hold appeal for income seekers, but mind their complexity and risks, says contributor John Waggoner.
It's a record year for M&A deals in corporate America. Contributor John Waggoner explains what that means for investors.
Market volatility may hang around awhile, writes contributor John Waggoner.
There may be some investment opportunity in oil's slide, writes contributor John Waggoner.
Fund companies such as Fidelity and T. Rowe Price are increasingly investing in 'unicorns.' Contributor John Waggoner explains what that means for fund investors.
Liquidity is a hot topic in today's bond market. John Waggoner explains why and whether it matters for investors.
Paying off credit card debt, considering bank stocks, and starting a CD ladder are just a few things investors can do, says John Waggoner.
Although we're in the early innings of the personal-medication revolution, the stock prices of most biotech companies are sky-high.
Utility stock prices, commodity prices, and wages are among the early indicators, says John Waggoner.