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Jeremy Glaser

Jeremy Glaser is the Markets Editor for Morningstar.com.

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CEF managers' ability to hold onto underpriced illiquid securities in times of market stress represents an advantage over open-end funds that may have to sell to meet unexpected redemptions, says Morningstar’s Cara Esser.

As investors ditched certain income-producing assets on worries of rising rates, an abundance of fixed-income CEFs moved into undervalued territory, according to Morningstar's Cara Esser.

Some of the best opportunities are when people are trying to run away from situations that are uncertain, says Third Avenue's Tom Lapointe.

It might be never, but investors should focus on how share price relates to a company's intrinsic value and also consider their alternatives before making a move, says StockInvestor editor Matt Coffina.

The Fed has played a key role in nudging the recovery along, but the taper of bond purchases won't torpedo the economy, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

Fund managers and our analyst team at the Morningstar Investment Conference don't see big bargains, but they are finding a good number of reasonably priced securities.

With fears of an impending Japanese sell-off and a China slowdown, as well as ongoing sovereign debt woes in Europe, many fund managers are seeking more safety when investing abroad, says Morningstar's Bridget Hughes.

StockInvestor editor Matt Coffina breaks down how cash flow analyses, uncertainty ratings, and economic moats play key roles in our equity valuation methodology.