Critics suggest shifting stock allocations.
The picture in Greece is improving -- and investors are starting to recognize the change.
Here are some funds that may profit from Japan's resurgence.
Researchers say that it is risky to withdraw more than 3% of assets annually, down from 4%.
By taking extra risk, the funds yield a bit more than money markets.
Investors are betting the rebound will last.
Some money managers are leaving fixed income and shifting to equities.
Too many shareholders dumped equities and missed the rally.
Stocks in this new exchange-traded fund's benchmark have long records of raising dividends.
They succeeded by leaning toward smaller stocks.