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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Despite a host of concerns, stocks shine, with small caps leading the way.
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Downturns, often nasty ones, come with the territory.
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Not one domestic stock fund category finishes 2015 in the black.
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Mutual funds loaded with health care stocks rise to the top of our annual rankings.
The index is home to multiple companies with attractive yields.
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Stock corrections are inevitable, but there are ways to minimize the impact.
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The winners list is filled with all sorts of funds that most of us have no business owning.
The news is glum on several fronts, but the prospects for a recession remain slim. It’s important to stick with your plan.
The secret to keeping your investment portfolio intact during a big sell-off is planning ahead and avoiding panic.
Stock funds shine again in our annual rankings of top-performing mutual funds.
There’s no good excuse for keeping America’s biggest company out of the iconic industrial average.
U.S. stock funds lead our annual rankings of top-performing mutual funds in 11 categories.
Don’t allow recent financial market gyrations to buffalo you into making too-hasty moves.
Had you bought into the stock market immediately before Black Monday, you'd still have earned nearly 9% a year along the way.
Editor Manny Schiffres shares his notes from the annual gathering of investment advisers, fund managers and other investing fanatics.
Outsize three-year mutual fund returns are no longer dragged down by the 2008 stock market crash.
We're raising our forecast for 2012 gains, but there are plenty of risks.