Wide-Moat Bargains, Dividend ETFs, and Reducing Home-Country Bias
We take a numerical look through this week's Morningstar research. Plus, our most popular articles and videos for the week ended June 28.
That’s our fair value estimate on Kroger (KR). Of the traditional grocers, we believe Kroger is uniquely positioned to defend its returns against a competitive onslaught. Shares are undervalued, too.
23% and 36%
Those are the discounts at which the MSCI EAFE Index and MSCI Emerging Markets Index trailing price/earnings ratios are trading relative to the S&P 500. Leo Acheson argues that now may be the time to reduce your home-country bias.
That’s the jobless rate of workers age 55 and older, nearly 1 percentage point lower than the national rate of 3.6%. Contributor Mark Miller offers concrete steps to take to maintain your human capital as retirement nears.
7.23 percentage points
That’s the spread in 12-month trailing yields for the highest- and lowest-yielding dividend exchange-traded funds in February 2008. Ben Johnson provides investors with a checklist for evaluating dividend ETFs.
That’s how much of Vanguard International Dividend Appreciation Index's (VIAAX) portfolio is tucked in emerging-market stocks. We think the fund is an interesting way to gain access to dividend growers abroad.
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