Investors looking for safe havens in a time of economic and market upheaval might want to give these large-cap stocks a look.
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Investors seeking long-term results should look beyond today’s upheavals. These top mutual funds for various asset classes have proved their staying power.
Many mutual funds are closed to new money. Others have high minimum contributions that put the funds out of reach for most investors.
Familiar names and past glories have a lot of appeal. But if a mutual fund’s performance no longer lives up to its shiny reputation, investors should take heed.
It’s a long climb back if your portfolio takes a tumble, so pick your funds carefully. Here are some that are just wrong for the average investor.
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You might get a satisfying lunch for $7, or you could get a share of a promising company that’s flying below many investors’ radar screens.
Whether you’re near retirement or just starting your career, these funds — with suggested allocations for your age and risk tolerance — belong in your portfolio.
The Oracle of Omaha has become wealthy investing in undervalued companies that contribute valuable goods and services. Gold just sits there.
With stocks struggling to gain traction, it could be time to seek opportunities elsewhere. These alternatives may outperform the market in the months ahead.