Mutual Funds

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Win Or Lose, U.S. Stocks Get Biggest Earnings Bang Since '12

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Investors in U.S. stocks are rediscovering the power of earnings.

Stock Guru Bill Miller Is Back But the Questions Linger

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As the Legg Mason stock picker builds on a three-year rebound following his disastrous recession-era record, the pain of that historic crash can still be heard in his voice.

Alternatives: A Way To Lock In Historic Market Gains?

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A multi-decade investment backdrop is melting away. Time for a new playbook?

The Trend Spotters

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These managers take a road less traveled by relying on macroeconomic considerations to drive their investment choices.

Health-Care ETFs Gain Favor With Aging Boomers

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Boomers are following legendary fund manager Peter Lynch’s maxim to invest in what they know.

Calvert Unveils Responsible Index Funds

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Bethesda, Md.-based Calvert Investments, a broker-dealer and RIA focusing on responsible investing, has launched a suite of responsible indexes and related index funds that will track them.

SRI Investing A Possibility For 4.7 Million Government Workers

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For the first time, government workers and military personnel saving for retirement may be able to invest in sustainable, responsible and impact investment funds.

Fundamental Indexes Poised To Outperform, Schwab's Davidow Says

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The bull market has entered its sixth year and the time is ripe for fundamental indexing strategies to outperform, Schwab's Anthony Davidow says in a new white paper.

James Rothenberg Of Capital Group Dies At 69 Of Heart Attack

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James Rothenberg, who oversaw Capital Group Co.’s ascent to manager of the world’s largest stock mutual fund before it lost that title to an index fund, has died. He was 69.

Millennials Have A Ton Of Stock -- They Just Don't Know It

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Auto-enrollment in target-date retirement funds means young workers may have more in equities than they're comfortable with.

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