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A young fund that practices socially responsible investing climbs the one-year chart.
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With T. Rowe Price Blue Chip Growth, a long-term view will be rewarded.
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Expense ratios are being slashed by top providers.
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If you make a lot of money and live in a high-tax state, municipal bonds can be magic.
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Talk of tax reform and regulatory relief is among the factors drawing investors to banks.
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When economic times are good, junk bonds deliver big yields.
The trick to these investments is to buy in when they trade below the underlying net asset value of their holdings.
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Hedge your rate risk by going with overseas issuers.
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They may not make sense once you're past the target date.
This fund’s veteran manager also invests in cable stocks and energy partnerships.
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Our favorite low-fee mutual funds rely on managers with their own money invested alongside yours.
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We turn to offerings from Primecap and T. Rowe Price to tweak our no-load lineup.
Main Street investors will need to wait longer to find out after the SEC rejects the proposed exchange-traded fund.
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Both focus on firms with above-average growth and shareholder-friendly execs.
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This Kiplinger 25 fund is looking to get back on track with firms that push innovation.
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Low-cost index funds tend to outperform most actively managed funds over time. One smart solution: Strike a balance between the two.
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We say goodbye to iShares U.S. Preferred Stock and hello to Schwab U.S. REIT.
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