Here are our analysts' top ideas in each sector for the new year.
Look to these Morningstar favorites if surging markets have knocked your portfolio's mix off course.
These stocks are new to our coverage--and all have economic moats.
We think these companies are poised to experience meaningful economic benefits in the future.
We take a look at the yield-rich utilities sector, Big Tobacco, and the major integrated oil group.
Our analysts share what makes these funds attention-grabbers.
Our holiday gift to you: A list of wide-moat stocks with low uncertainty trading at 5-star levels.
Here are the most-viewed securities on Morningstar.com this year.
Our readers’ tastes can be summed up in two words: income and Vanguard.
Do any of 2019’s top performers have gas left in the tank for 2020?
Here are just some of the ratings, research, trends, and topics we covered this year.
Plus three stocks that enjoyed significant fair value increases last month.
Here are some investment ideas for those resolving to streamline their investments in the new year.
Given the market's performance, investors may need to reconsider their asset allocations. These excellent mutual funds and ETFs can help fill in the gaps.
This trio of stocks in Berkshire Hathaway are undervalued according to our metrics.
Those with the right constitution may find opportunity in these pockets of the market.
These narrow-moat firms have positive moat trends and are run by exemplary stewards of capital.
These newly rated stocks all earn Morningstar economic moat ratings of narrow.
These names suffered double-digit losses in October. Should you hold on?
These stocks all enjoyed upgrades to their economic moat ratings last month.
These are the most overpriced stocks in our coverage universe today.
These small companies are all trading in 1- and 2-star range.
These names were recently added to the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index.
Our analysts discuss solid ideas for this type of exposure.
These large companies lack economic moats and have negative moat trends--but we think they’re attractive nonetheless.
Here are our highest-rated mutual funds and ETFs across a series of Morningstar’s fixed-income categories.
Here are our analysts' top ideas in each sector at the third quarter's end.
Get the details from our manager research team.
Just because a company has been downgraded by Morningstar doesn't mean investors should sprint for the exits.
These growth-focused funds all earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Silver or better.
Personnel changes, relatively high costs, and a shrinking asset base led us to re-evaluate our ratings on these funds.
We recently brought these narrow-moat names under analyst coverage.
Value is striking back--for now. These value-focused funds all earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Silver or better.
These names are among the top holdings of some of our favorite concentrated-fund managers.
Two dozen wide- and narrow-moat small companies are undervalued, according to our metrics.
These highly rated mutual funds have a fondness for wide-moat stocks.
Don't let these funds' stellar recent returns obscure their underlying deficiencies.
We upgraded the economic moat ratings of two stocks last month--and downgraded the ratings of two others.
The moats of these 14 large-cap companies may be wide, but they’re deteriorating.
These 15 wide- and narrow-moat names are significantly overvalued by our measures.
These high-quality names are resilient and undervalued.
These Morningstar Medalists all earn Morningstar Ratings of 2 stars or less.
These wide-moat, large-cap names have staying power.
These high-quality names are trading at 5-star levels.
Managers from Dodge & Cox, Oakmark, and Diamond Hill have picked up healthcare companies, energy concerns, and an online travel agent.
We think these wide-moat companies are poised to experience meaningful economic benefits in the future.
Asset growth hasn't impeded the performance of these Gold-rated funds.
We raised our economic moat rating on two stocks and lowered it on two others in July.
We recap the week on Morningstar.com and note the most popular stocks, funds, and ETFs.
These Gold-rated funds all hail from the new Intermediate Core-Plus Bond Morningstar Category.