After sitting out much of the bull market, small-cap growth stock funds have taken center stage.
Today’s struggling funds are often tomorrow’s top-performing funds. Here’s why—plus 3 “cold” funds that could come roaring back.
Short-term bond funds are waking from a long coma with higher payouts…and look like good alternatives to dividend stocks and long-term bonds.
Investment expert Larry Swedroe explains how to use ETFs more effectively.
There are now at least 10 mutual funds and ETFs that focus on emerging-market stocks that meet socially-conscious standards.
Bottom Line asked five leading investment experts to choose the best mutual funds and exchange-traded funds for today’s extremely volatile market.
Fund managers who come from the top 20% of wealthiest families trailed those who come from the poorest 20% of families.
Investors in Fidelity target-date funds face higher risks than they might realize.
A growing number of ETFs are actively managed instead of simply tracking an index. Here are some of the best ones.
Several of the best and largest ETFs have expense ratios two to five times as high as some less well-known and smaller ETFs that track similar indexes.
Investors have been getting market-beating returns from some single-country ETFs. Here are two of the best from our ETF expert.
There are many unusual ETFs, but many are too volatile and only some are attractive.
Some funds have yet to be discovered by investors but offer appealing strategies. They could help boost your investment returns for years to come.
Warren Buffett is fond of saying that the ideal period to hold a stock is “forever.” Not everyone, however, has…
Not every income-oriented investor can commit to a 10-year investment. But if you can, there is a strategy that uses…
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