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.
Mutual fund managers hold down costs with low-turnover strategies.
They outperform in downturns by holding high-quality stocks.
Prices have been falling as investors dump precious metals.
The Fed nominee seems to keep a close eye on costs and taxes.
Some of the winners have excelled for decades by limiting risk.
By limiting losses in downturns, these funds deliver strong long-term returns.