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Investing Ideas

A stock picker in Europe

Outlook for Europe

Our fund manager says lower rates and a weaker currency may help some European stocks.

5 health care themes

Above-average returns may be achievable this year too, but it’s all about stock selection.

Have profits peaked?

Profitability is near an all-time high, but U.S. stocks may have room to run.

Case for premium bonds

Premium bonds cost more, but may offer higher cash flow and less rate risk.

Investing Strategies

Three reasons to invest in stocks

If you're young and saving for a far-off goal, not investing in stocks may be risky.

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Looking for income

Consider high-dividend-yielding stocks, preferreds, convertibles, and REITs.


Sector scorecard: Q2 2015

In our Q2 quarterly sector rankings, tech gets high marks. See how the others stack up.

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REITs may do well

Despite a solid run in 2014, REIT values remain reasonable and fundamentals are strong.


Case for premium bonds

Premium bonds cost more, but may offer higher cash flow and less rate risk.

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Remember credit risk

Unconventional bond strategies may help manage rate risk, but could fall short for investors.

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The municipal bond story

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