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Pimco Low Duration Income fund plays defense against rising rates and delivers a decent yield.
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Use our picks to capitalize on growth overseas.
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These low-cost, risk-conscious funds can help your nest egg withstand the market's toughest blows.
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Legendary manager Joel Tillinghast finds plenty of solid stocks for $35 per share or less.
iShares Edge MSCI USA Momentum Factor, a new member of the Kiplinger ETF 20, stayed ahead of its benchmarks.
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T. Rowe Price QM U.S. Small-Cap Growth Equity hit a rough patch in 2018.
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Reach your investment goals with these plans using our favorite no-load mutual funds.
Vanguard Star Fund takes a big bite of bonds to provide some calm.
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Our actively managed funds turned in mixed results over the past year. But they are in the race for the long haul.
The managers of this Kiplinger 25 fund prefer to stay out of the limelight.
This small fund looks for big stocks with staying power.
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Leveraged ETFs may make exciting moves, but these trading instruments are perilous for most portfolios.
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Safe places to stash your cash, from money market funds to stable value funds, are yielding more than they have in years. It pays for retirees to look around.
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If you don’t own commodities, add them. If you do … add a little more.
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Closed-end funds are complicated, but their yields make them worth a look.
Index funds have been the stars of the bull market. But investors may get a nasty surprise in the next bear market.
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Tax cuts passed late last year are among the factors that will juice returns for industrials in 2018.
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