Should investors look beyond market-cap-weighted indexes when choosing an index fund?
If investing is giving you a headache, you may be doing it wrong.
Actively managed mutual funds often fail to beat benchmarks. New research shows that the more mutual funds there are, the harder it is to beat indexes.
Fees and expenses eat away at your earnings. Cost-effective investing will improve your returns.
Consider taking a core-satellite approach to investing for your 2014 investment outlook.
Forget the flashy actively managed funds. For retirement, the Obamas use index funds.
In 2008, Warren Buffett bet that an index fund would beat a fund of hedge funds over a ten-year period. Right now, he’s winning.
In a competition against professional stock pickers and students, Orlando the cat handily won with his stock picks in 2012.
Even in the best of times, there’s always someone with a dire prediction for the stock market.
Index funds have, on average, returned more to investors than actively managed funds this year. That’s mostly due to the fact that they cost less.