Investing Insights (Video)
Summary: Get stock, fund, and ETF picks, plus weekly market insights, investing tips, retirement advice, and exclusive fund manager interviews from Morningstar’s director of equity research, director of personal finance, and stock and fund analyst team. Chicago-based Morningstar, Inc. is a world-leading provider of independent investment research.
In this week’s podcast, Abhinav Davuluri sheds light on values in tech stocks, Christine Benz speaks with Ben Johnson on the tax efficiency of different fund types, special guest Mary Beth Franklin reviews Social Security options for spouses, Dan Sotiroff with picks for lower-risk foreign stock funds, Dave Meats finds attractive buying opportunities in upstream energy stocks, and Katie Reichart reviews the subtle differences between T. Rowe Price large-cap medalists.
In this week’s podcast, Zain Akbari with a dividend stock for your shopping list, Christine Benz talks with Kevin McDevitt about where fund investors are putting their dollars this year, special guest Mark Miller discusses whether working longer should be a part of your retirement plan, Alex Bryan on whether you should invest abroad, John Barrett with a new high-quality stock for your watchlist, and Matt Dolgin finds attractive ideas among data center stocks.
In this week’s podcast, our analysts share three of their favorite bold bond funds, special guest Tim Steffen from Baird provides financial tips for gig economy workers, Brett Horn on what M&A means for payment processors, Christine Benz and Brian Moriarty discusses whether floating-rate funds are a fit for your portfolio, Ben Johnson on the pitfalls of market-cap weighted indexing, and Kris Inton with Morningstar’s outlook on cannabis stocks.
We’re airing a special edition of the podcast this week. Morningstar Director of Personal Finance Christine Benz talks with Russ Kinnel, Director of Manager Research and editor of Morningstar Fund Investor, about some of his favorite funds across a variety of different investment categories.
In this week’s podcast, our analysts share three funds managed by great up-and-comers; guest Ed Slott covers divorce, taxes and retirement planning; Tom Lauricella discusses key considerations for today’s bond investor; Christine Benz explains how to create a hands-off portfolio in retirement; Erin Lash gives her take on Campbell’s new recipe for profitable growth; and guest Mark Miller talks about Medicare pitfalls.
In this week’s podcast, Josh Aguilar on whether 3M is a good stock for dividend seekers, Christine Benz discusses what’s missing from her streamlined 3-funds portfolios, Nick Watson with an attractive small-cap value fund, Russ Kinnel shares his three favorite actively managed world-stock funds, Matthew Dolgin offers a best idea in networking, and Alex Bryan with three diverse funds for yield seekers.
In this week’s podcast, our analysts share three funds run by topnotch managers, Christine Benz talks with Healthcare Planning’s Carolyn McClanahan about finances and cognitive decline, Linda Abu Mushrefova with a terrific deep-value large-cap fund, Preston Caldwell highlights a few undervalued oil-services stocks, Russ Kinnel shares three of his favorite small-cap funds, and Michael Wong explains why we think Goldman Sachs has 30% upside potential.
In this week’s podcast, Dan Wasiolek shares his favorite dividend-paying stocks in the travel and leisure industry, Christine Benz talks with Baird’s Tim Steffen about how to fix Social Security, Russ Kinnel with three of his favorite mid-cap funds, Dan Romanoff on why we like undervalued Guidewire, Dan Sotiroff on some solid broad foreign index funds from Fidelity, and Karen Andersen on what the elimination of rebates could mean for drug manufacturers.
In this week’s podcast, our analysts take a look at three great funds for your “mad money” account, retirement expert Ed Slott talks with Christine Benz about mistakes to avoid with Qualified Charitable Distributions, Seth Goldstein with an undervalued wide-moat stock, Russ Kinnel with three of his favorite actively managed large-cap funds, Madeline Hume recaps the findings in Morningstar’s latest 529 report, and Gregg Wolper takes a look at frontier funds.
In this special edition of the podcast, we’ll focus on what managers and practitioners had to say at the 2019 Morningstar Investment Conference. Three fixed-income experts share their expectations for the bond market, J.P. Morgan’s Anne Lester discusses the risks facing young retirees, T. Rowe Price manager David Giroux reveals where he’s finding opportunities today, Franklin Templeton’s Sonal Desai provides her economic outlook, and Blackrock’s Holly Framsted discusses the value factor.
This week on the podcast, we are celebrating Morningstar’s 35th Anniversary with a roundtable discussion between founder and executive chairman Joe Mansueto, Morningstar managing director Don Phillips, and Morningstar CEO Kunal Kapoor about Morningstar’s past, present and future. Stay tuned after the discussion for a brief video about what it means to us to empower investor success.
This week on the podcast, our analysts take a look at three funds that’ve been downgraded due to manager losses, Christine Benz discusses whether retirees need bonds, Abhinav Davuluri takes a look at earnings in the semiconductor industry, Ben Johnson discusses Morningstar’s latest research about fund fees, Dan Culloton talks about a promising international fund on our radar, and Gregg Warren discusses Berkshire Hathaway’s valuation.
On this week's podcast, low-volatility ETFs, a pick among California utilities, and funds for retirees.
This week on the podcast, Christine Benz shares three equity funds from her model portfolios for retirees, Damien Conover reveals what he expects from big pharma this earnings season, special guest Michael Kitces talks about the role likability plays when choosing an advisor, Sarah Bush explains why a well-liked bond fund was recently downgraded, Eric Compton discusses what bank earnings say about the health of the economy, and Russ Kinnel shares four of his favorite niche funds.
On this week's podcast, special guest Michael Kitces on sequence of return risk, a good world-allocation fund, and new retirement legislation.