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Investors hungry for higher yields may want to consider ETFs that invest in closed-end funds.
In recent years, the low-cost index fund has topped active managers in real estate.
Portfolio managers can still find undiscovered shares that sell at hefty discounts.
The emerging markets face clear headwinds. But there are good reasons to think that emerging-market bond mutual funds can deliver single-digit returns this year.
Pharmaceutical and hospital stocks rally as more consumers gain insurance.
Here are some balanced mutual funds that boosted returns with high-yield bonds.
Growth funds have become pricier. The question is, can go they continue to go higher?
Passive index funds are becoming more popular, but three actively managed mutual funds show that some managers can beat the market.
Computerized stock picking has fared better as markets have rallied.
When foreign currencies fall, hedged ETFs lead the field.