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The manager of Value Line Mid Cap Focused goes for companies with rising profits and climbing share prices.
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Exchange-traded funds with a value tilt are another way to invest in the shift toward bargain stocks.
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Baron Emerging Markets and T. Rowe Price Dividend Growth take the place of funds that have closed their doors to new investors.
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A year after launching the Kiplinger ETF 20, it’s time for some changes.
North Star Dividend Fund has chalked up solid results by investing in micro-cap stocks.
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There are plenty of good reasons for owning passively managed funds. But that doesn’t mean index funds are flawless -- or harmless.
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Fund providers are adjusting glide paths to overcome new retirement saving challenges
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Powershares Dynamic Large Cap Value favors stocks with earnings momentum, strong balance sheets and rising dividend payouts.
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Favoring Japan and avoiding India and China spared Matthews Asian Growth and Income some of the bloodbath in Asian markets over the past 12 months.
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Firms have varying timetables for moving clients’ assets into retirement-income funds.
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FMI International stays ahead of its peers with the help of a dollar-hedging strategy.
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Salient Select Income hunts for undervalued real estate investment trusts.
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By selling call options on the stocks in their portfolios, these funds earn extra income.
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With a lot of consumer stocks and cash, Symons Value is positioned for a weak economy.
Get the best bargain on bargain stocks.
Our picks cover the gamut, from retirement-income funds to preferred stocks and dividend-paying common stocks.
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We get off the mat by adding seven new funds that match up well against hostile markets.