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After the downturn, dividend ETFs sell at modest multiples.
All-cap mutual funds can deliver solid results under different market conditions.
After suffering a long downturn, silver looks relatively cheap.
Low-turnover portfolios have been found to outdo rapid traders.
Perhaps. Computerized systems are building low-cost portfolios and costing investors less.
These ETFs have excelled by focusing on IPOs, spinoffs and buybacks. Can they continue to outperform?
Critics suggest starting with small equity holdings and gradually increasing the allocation.
Last year was a bad one for most bond funds. But by holding broadly diversified portfolios, a few funds deliver steady returns when most competitors sink.
Fund managers say the economy will continue growing despite problems in other emerging markets.
A few alternative managers have delivered consistent results that can counteract wider market downturns.