Shares of the daily deal giant would have to fall well more than 50% before they'd look at all enticing.
Quite a lot of companies have been warning for a much lower fourth quarter than we are seeing in the third quarter, says Morningstar head of equity and credit research Heather Brilliant.
Despite the big drop in price, Netflix's lack of competitive advantages makes it hard to justify the current valuation, says Morningstar's Michael Corty.
Spinning off the volatile drug business could help investors realize the true value of Abbott Labs sooner, says Morningstar's Damien Conover.
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.
As countries like China focus more on internal consumption and trading among other emerging markets, trouble in Europe and the U.S. will have a smaller impact, says Batterymarch's David Lazenby
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.
Focusing on competitive advantage, valuation, and margins of safety is a winning strategy for stock-picking, says Morningstar's Heather Brilliant.
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.
Despite swirling rumors, Morgan Stanley is in a much stronger position today than the firms that went under during the financial crisis.
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The dichotomy between corporate risk and sovereign risk is striking in terms of what debt investors are getting paid, says BlackRock's Leland Hart.
Morningstar's Josh Peters says that even if investors outsource stock-picking they still need to put in the work to understand why they are buying dividend stocks.
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Morningstar's Kevin McDevitt digs into a curious surge in taxable-bond fund outflows and a deceleration in U.S. equity outflows in August.
Look for low fees and make sure you understand the underlying index before jumping into a passive fund, says Morningstar's Paul Justice.
Even with a new skipper at Magellan, investors have better options both within and outside of Fidelity, says Morningstar's Christopher Davis.
Morningstar's Paul Larson explains how he narrows down the stock universe into a portfolio he thinks will beat the market.
Despite gloomy economic news, shoppers are still looking for good deals and spending money, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.
Investors should avoid trying to time the market with one big transaction and instead take a staged approach with their buys and sells, says Morningstar's Christine Benz.
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.
Friday's jobs report will likely confirm that layoffs in August were limited but that hiring remains anemic, say Morningstar's Bob Johnson and Vishnu Lekraj.
A slowdown in Asia could cause an even further drag on core Europe, especially export-dependent Germany, warns BlackRock's James Bristow.
Morningstar's Bob Johnson doesn't expect another round of quantitative easing as the economy continues to grow slowly.
Apple's competitive advantages remain in tact as Tim Cook takes over the reins, says Morningstar's Grady Burkett.
As the market takes investors on a white-knuckle ride, look to wide-moat stocks.
Europe is currently trying quick fixes, but the continent will need to make major structural reforms in order to solve the sovereign debt crisis, says Artio's Rudolph-Riad Younes.
Given the slowdown in European growth, firms that have strong global operations look like the best values today, says Templeton's Gary Motyl.
The fixed-income market has remained calm as firms race to issue debt to lock in low rates, says Morningstar's Dave Sekera.
Despite rising concerns about eurozone GDP, positive trends in U.S. industrial output and a resilient consumer should buttress the U.S., says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.
Motorola Mobility's deep patent portfolio was a key driver of Google's decision to snap up the handset maker, says Morningstar's Rick Summer.
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.
First Eagle's Abhay Deshpande thinks the U.S. and Europe will avoid another major downturn, but he doesn't see a robust recovery either.
Morningstar's Bob Johnson thinks the strength of consumer spending will determine if the recent bad economic news is a blip in the recovery or the start of another recession.
In a low-growth, low-interest-rate world, Morningstar's Josh Peters thinks investors should focus on high-quality, dividend-paying stocks.
Low interest rates and an anemic economy will weigh on bank earnings, but much of the bad news is already priced into stocks, says Morningstar's Jim Sinegal.
Investors are turning to high-quality municipal bonds as they search for safe-havens from market turmoil, says OppenheimerFunds' Dan Loughran.
Treasury yields could head even lower if deficit-reduction measures further slow U.S. growth, according to DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach.
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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.
Strong corporate balance sheets should protect investors income streams even as stocks sell-off, says Pat Dorsey of Sanibel Captiva Trust
Morningstar's Dave Sekera doesn't see a repeat of 2008's bond market turmoil, but bonds are pricing in a low- to no-growth scenario for the U.S. economy.
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