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Morningstar is in the middle of revamping its fund analysts' methodology. Can they beat the indices?
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Investors, as a whole, actually earn less than the funds that they invest in. Here’s how to avoid that fate.
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Four of the biggest online brokers just cut their commissions to $0 per transaction. Be careful, or you could be a big loser.
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Why you should consider investing in this terrific fund now.
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Why this sector should outperform for years to come
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Don't let your investment dollars go to pot
Anything can happen next, so you must be mentally prepared.
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Vanguard founder John C. Bogle died Jan. 16 at age 89. But "Saint Jack," who built the index fund from virtually nothing into a $5 trillion empire and was a boon to individual investors, had already cheated death several times before.
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The warning signs are all there, and so are the headwinds
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Divided control of Congress, White House, has historically led to poor returns
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The past 10 years make it look too easy to make money in stocks. Here’s how to prepare for worse times.
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The immediate fixed annuity offers guaranteed lifetime income
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Let’s put the S&P 500’s P/E ratios under a magnifying glass.
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One of the best things you can do is get out of your own way.
The president's Twitter activity can certainly cause short-term market swings, but other factors are far more influential
Sticking with stocks has always been a struggle. Nine years into a bull market, it still is.
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A crash in this and other cryptocurrencies is inevitable.
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