We see potential for free cash flow growth from AWS, third-party sales, and Prime membership tiers.
We recommend long-term stock investors focus on quality over price by sticking with BlackRock and T. Rowe Price.
The future for GE looks brighter than it has, but there are still lots of unanswered questions.
Despite ongoing data security and privacy issues, the wide-moat social networker looks well positioned for the long run.
Long-short equity funds should, in theory, help protect against big equity market drawdowns but large players like AQR and Boston Partners were hit hard when value stocks sank last year.
We are maintaining our fair value estimate for the narrow moat firm and see value in the shares today.
Christine Benz and Russ Kinnel discuss the late Vanguard founder's belief in costs, index funds, and his role as a motivator.
Uncertainty is high, but regulatory interest in creating a healthy utility with access to the capital markets means shareholders won't be wiped out in bankruptcy.
Despite a massive asset base, the fund is a superb long-term option for investors with access.
We're meaningfully reducing our fair value estimate for Caterpillar, but we have confidence in the management team's long-term vision.
We see opportunity in Phillip Morris International and British American Tobacco.
Raising children is expensive, so use the empty nest years to redirect your savings toward retirement and avoid lifestyle creep, says financial planning expert Michael Kitces.
We examine Gold-rated ETFs, new investment themes, and the debt ceiling on this week's episode.
It's a full week of earnings, with Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft all trading in 4-star range ahead of their reports.
The wide-moat firm's results were modestly below expectations, but shares look cheap today.
We see attractive risk-adjusted return potential in lithium producers, building materials, and uranium due to the sell-off and underperformance in the sector.
The category was the the third best performing of the year, but careful and prudent active management is ever important.
The Morningstar Wide-Moat Focus Index, which targets the cheapest, highest-quality stocks, continues to handily best its benchmark.
Organic sales jumped 4% in the quarter, and the wide-moat firm remains fairly valued.
The narrow-moat firm remains one of the premier global IT services firms.
Alex Bryan says investors should prioritize their risk capacity and risk tolerance when choosing asset allocation, and he offers three core building blocks to start with.
CoreSite is our top pick, as rapidly growing data consumption continues to drive industry growth.
Earnings were mostly in line with our expectations, and we're maintaining our fair value estimate.
Retirement expert Ed Slott shares some guidance on how to decide between different types of plans and accounts.
Deep resources and a disciplined approach drive Silver-rated Boston Partners Small Cap Value II.
The highest-rated small-cap ETFs that we cover are all inexpensive, but they have some differences.
On this week's episode, we put together a collection of clips from our interviews with Jack Bogle over the years.
We're also watching for results from Johnson & Johnson and Starbucks this week.
With the streamer burning cash and more competition looming, Neil Macker sees shares as meaningfully overvalued.
Shares are mostly fairly valued for the wide-moat credit card firm.
Despite a drop in homebuilder sentiment recently, we see elevated levels of new residential construction in the coming years.
There has never been anyone who has given more to investors and taken less in return than Jack Bogle.
In his 2018 keynote to the Morningstar Investment Conference India, Jack Bogle says advisors should focus on diversification, stability, and costs.
Vanguard founder Jack Bogle speaks ahead of the 2017 Morningstar Investment Conference.
The wide-moat firm's leading brands and entrenched relationships should ensure it boasts economic profits for the next 20 years.
Vanguard Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund and iShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets ETF have large stakes in Chinese stocks, which holds them back from a higher rating.
The wide-moat firm reported disappointing earnings, but its AUM numbers were better than expected.
Russ Kinnel highlights some small-value funds and rising-star managers as areas worthy of more research this year.
The partial government shutdowns could affect investors soon, because if the debt limit isn't raised we could see an increase in rates and a decline in liquidity.
Citigroup is meeting its goals, JPMorgan is a top performer, and Wells Fargo disappoints.
Retirement expert Ed Slott details the steps you need to take to avoid penalty.
The Bronze-rated Hartford Total Return Bond should reward patient investors who are comfortable with its risks.
Wildfire liabilities have dogged the California utility, with some estimates up to $30 billion.
For investors looking for places to generate income with an equity portfolio, we like UPS, Wells Fargo, ExxonMobil, and KLA-Tencor.
Our analysts examine newly reopened funds, the banking sector, and Blackbaud on this week's episode.
We'll see reports from Citi, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America. Plus, BlackRock, Netflix, and American Express.
The wide-moat firm is boosted by leading products and niche markets.
Ben Johnson reviews the year in ETFs, including the growth of model portfolios and active funds.
Any gains for funds last year were erased due to worries about a trade war with China and rising interest rates.
Russ Kinnel looks back at the hardest hit categories as well as which funds performed better during a dismal year.