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Emerging-market stocks and bonds have been outperforming their domestic counterparts for the last six months. These ETFs are an undervalued global investment opportunity.
REIT exchange-traded funds offer an innovative way for income investors to access an alternative asset class with higher average yields than dividend paying stocks.
This point of the year is a perfect opportunity for investors to review positions, rebalance accounts and reinvest dividends in their portfolio.
Investors, like any other group, are guilty of embedded expectations that can be dangerous to your wealth.
Investors reaching for yield should be wary about leveraged products that can increase income but have higher degrees of risk.
The recent complacency in stocks has created an environment of low volatility and general boredom. When this ends, we are going to see a bifurcation between stocks and bonds that will lend itself to additional trading opportunities.
TIPS can be an effective tool at fighting inflationary effects but they can still be hurt by rising interest rates.
International dividend-paying ETFs may offer higher yields and greater diversification than domestic equities.
Technical and fundamental data continue to show conflicting views on the direction of gold ETFs.
Small-cap weakness may be a sign of additional downside for the broader market -- but there are still pockets of value.