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A new Morningstar study has found that low-cost funds are consistently beating their high-cost competitors.
Fund investors wage a holy war on fees, arguing that the more you pay in fees, the more it undermines your returns. But what fees are reasonable?
Intrepid Capital Fund manager sees opportunities in Rent-A-Center, an oil driller and motorsports.
A new study by Prudential Financial finds that most women have no long-term financial plan. Of course, many experts say men are lagging too.
The Fed chief doesn't quite get what's happening, but there are bright spots amid the doldrums.
There are still appealing companies in the euro zone, and Asia shouldn't be overlooked.
Mutual funds with hedge fund qualities aren't the real thing.
Executive Vice President Stephen Kippur sells 53,610 shares of JW.A.
Everyone knows a chief attraction of index funds is low fees. But some are lower than others, even on funds tracking the same index.
What criteria should an investor use to evaluate a company’s commitment to shareholders? Morningstar has boiled it down with a "stewardship grade."
Savvy investors know that it’s not what you make, it’s what you keep. That’s why news about Vanguard Group’s new ETFs is actually worthy of note.
Full speed ahead or stay on sidelines? 5 tips on how investors should proceed in this market
Just about any fee cut is good for investors, but some fees are more important to keep you eye on when choosing a fund.
Stocks swing wildly but wind up where more or less they started; Some see a turn coming
Are you a “to” investor or a “through” investor? If that makes no sense, don’t feel bad. It’s a subtle question concerning target-date funds.
The stock market’s wild ups and downs are nerve wracking, but can provide an opportunity for savvy investors willing to dabble in options.
With the stock market roiling, it’s a good time to recommit to some investing basics, like the importance of picking funds with low fees.
It plans to offer commission-free trading in any of its ETF products to its brokerage clients.
Investors like to see their holdings grow, but sometimes a mutual fund can get too big for its own good, or yours.
About $3 trillion changes hands every day in the world currency markets. So it must be profitable for some. How can a small investor get in on it?
In a move to better understand how big trades affect the market, the SEC is keeping its eye on major stock exchanges.
Municipal bonds have long been the darlings of fixed-income investors, but “downgrade risk” now looms over this market.
Because ETFs are structured differently from funds, investors should ask a few extra questions. But what are they?
There’s news about mutual fund investors. In fact, two stories have emerged in the past few days. But is the bottom line good or bad?
In today’s market, emphasizing safety means earning practically nothing. Isn’t there any way to do better? Well, there are ways to try.
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