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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Downturns, often nasty ones, come with the territory.
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Not one domestic stock fund category finishes 2015 in the black.
See More From: Fund Watch
Mutual funds loaded with health care stocks rise to the top of our annual rankings.
The index is home to multiple companies with attractive yields.
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Stock corrections are inevitable, but there are ways to minimize the impact.
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The winners list is filled with all sorts of funds that most of us have no business owning.
The news is glum on several fronts, but the prospects for a recession remain slim. It’s important to stick with your plan.
The secret to keeping your investment portfolio intact during a big sell-off is planning ahead and avoiding panic.
Stock funds shine again in our annual rankings of top-performing mutual funds.
There’s no good excuse for keeping America’s biggest company out of the iconic industrial average.
U.S. stock funds lead our annual rankings of top-performing mutual funds in 11 categories.
Don’t allow recent financial market gyrations to buffalo you into making too-hasty moves.
Had you bought into the stock market immediately before Black Monday, you'd still have earned nearly 9% a year along the way.
Editor Manny Schiffres shares his notes from the annual gathering of investment advisers, fund managers and other investing fanatics.
Outsize three-year mutual fund returns are no longer dragged down by the 2008 stock market crash.
We're raising our forecast for 2012 gains, but there are plenty of risks.
In an interview with Kiplinger editors, Uncle Sam’s top securities cop discusses what her agency is doing -- or would like to do -- about money-market funds, mutual fund fees, high frequency trading and other issues.
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