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A top fund manager reveals his favorite stocks for the new year. Hint: Think small.
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You can build a well-balanced portfolio with just six mutual funds—but which six and how much should you invest in each?
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Bonds are for ballast, not big returns. Plus: Retirees should keep maturities short.
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If you choose active fund management, be prepared to be a patient stock investor.
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U.S. investors should take note of the rally as Prime Minister Abe’s economic policies take hold.
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Just because stock valuations are high doesn't mean they can't still go up from here.
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Five key lessons from a breathtaking one-day plunge in the Dow Jones industrial average.
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Investors shun bargain shares at their peril as stocks of fast-growing companies soar.
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These low-volatility funds can keep your portfolio from getting creamed during the next selloff.
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Grandeur Peak's actively managed funds offer superior returns without too much risk.
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Staying away because of high stock prices risks missing gains.
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Funds either offer weak returns or come with credit risk.
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They’re cheap, rallying and provide diversification.
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A handful of stocks is responsible for virtually all the gains in the stock market since 1926. The rest...
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Watch the economic numbers, not the politicians.
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Taking advantage of seasonal market anomalies could boost your stock returns.
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The firm known for its index offerings has some great actively managed funds.