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Jeremy Glaser

Jeremy Glaser is the Markets Editor for


As uncertainty about the Internet giant's future and strategy mount, investors are best served by watching the saga play out from the sidelines, says Morningstar's Rick Summer.

Banks are losing some recovery-related tailwinds and are still struggling to replace lost revenue, but some stocks--especially regionals--look attractive today, says Morningstar's Jim Sinegal.

Most firms in the high-yield market have spent the last few years strengthening their balance sheets, making them well positioned for slow, bumpy growth in the U.S.

Although Jobs is irreplaceable, Apple has built an ecosystem that will continue to be successful years into the future, says Morningstar's Michael Holt.

These high-quality companies are well-equipped to weather a continued tough economy and also trade at reasonable valuations, says Morningstar's head of global credit and equity research Heather Brilliant.

Adding just a few years to your working life could have a positive impact on your retirement, says Morningstar's Christine Benz.

Financially strong businesses need to feel more confident, and housing needs to be reinvigorated before robust employment growth returns, say Morningstar's Bob Johnson and Vishnu Lekraj.

Despite looming government health-care cuts, pharma stocks should hold up better-than-average in an economic slowdown, according to Morningstar's Damien Conover.

Strengthening economic pressures and competitive threats will take their toll on Cisco, but the firm's prodigious cash-flow generation and inexpensive valuation make it attractive today, says Morningstar's Grady Burkett.

BlackRock's Peter Hayes thinks the age of belt-tightening could squeeze municipalities' abilities to pay back bondholders, but he doesn't expect a huge increase in defaults.