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Ryan joined Kiplinger in the fall of 2013. He writes and fact-checks stories that appear in Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine and on Kiplinger.com. He previously interned for the CBS Evening News investigative team and worked as a copy editor and features columnist at the GW Hatchet. He holds a BA in English and creative writing from George Washington University.
This market-neutral fund delivers consistent returns despite market volatility.
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Wring all the gains you can out of an aging bull market with stocks that balance growth and yield.
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This fund looks for undervalued corners of the muni market.
Requiring companies to post results too often may discourage long-term investment, but requiring them to report too little can leave investors in the dark for too long.
JPMorgan Chase drops some stock and ETF commissions.
It’s no secret that the current bull market and economic expansion are getting long in the tooth. Eventually, the market will turn bearish, and history tells us that we’re likely to see a recesssion ...
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When it comes to saving on fees, you can’t do better than zero. But Fidelity’s offerings do come with a catch.
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These indicators can warn you when a peak is on the horizon.
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As the world of online brokers continues to evolve, it has become increasingly difficult for firms to stand apart from one another. In this year's ranking, TD Ameritrade beat Charles Schwab by less than ...
It’s hard to go wrong choosing an online brokerage these days. Just about all of the firms in our recent broker ranking allow investors to trade stocks, bonds, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds ...
Top contenders in this year’s rankings finish in a dead heat.
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When you're just starting out with investing, you first need to build a diversified core before betting on individual stocks.
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Some of the market's biggest names are on the move, dealing a new hand to index funds that invest in these corners of the market.
Investors have shunned bargain-priced stocks in favor of fast growers for years. Is value due for a comeback?
Beaten down by rising interest rates, these dividend-payers hold contrarian appeal.
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There's no minimum to invest. Just sign up, link your bank account and enjoy the savings.
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A new measure can tell you whether you own a closet index fund -- and may be better off with an actual low-cost index fund.