Headwinds will slow additional gains to a grind for the first half of the year.
Plus earnings season takeaways and previews, and an upgrade on Apple stock.
Morningstar’s forecast for the coming year, what to watch for in tech earnings, and 3 mega-cap stocks to buy.
These dividend stocks have attractive yields and are cheap, to boot.
Stocks are trading at a deep discount, but need evidence of long-term economic rebound and moderating inflation to rally back to fair value.
After investors suffered their worst losses ever in 2022, bond returns are poised to rebound next year.
We expect more turbulence ahead.
Investors can pick through the bin of discounted stocks.
Whether Democrats or Republicans control Congress, here's where long-term investors should focus their attention.
Pay closer attention to economic and geopolitical catalysts than elections.
Steel yourself for more instability as economic headwinds and shifting monetary policy may continue to batter markets.
Many mega-cap stocks have been woeful underperformers this year. Here are a few we like today.
These cheap stocks are trading at significant discounts to what we think they're worth.
After a tough third quarter, here's where the best opportunities lie for long-term investors.
Some company earnings could falter. Here's what to expect--and a few undervalued stocks we like.
The U.S. stock market has overcorrected.
Stocks are well into undervalued territory, against a backdrop of high inflation and weak economic growth.
Even as inflation gradually turns lower, wide swings in the markets are likely when the news disappoints.
We expect sluggish economic growth and low inflation to provide the Fed with enough room to begin loosening monetary policy.
Dollar appreciation will result in lower short-term earnings growth but typically won’t have a meaningful effect on long-term intrinsic valuation.
These stocks should benefit from a return to our offices and public events.
These stocks should benefit from a return to prepandemic spending patterns.
These climate-related companies are well positioned to profit.
First Solar, SunPower poised to benefit. Pharmaceutical companies not expected to see major changes to fair value estimates.
These wide-moat stocks are a bargain.
Both value and growth stocks look cheap, and the communication services sector is the biggest bargain.
These sectors present few opportunities in the third quarter of 2022.
Dividend stocks have held up relatively well so far this year. Can the trend continue?
Here’s where opportunities lie in the new quarter—and some undervalued high-quality stocks to consider.
As the pandemic recedes, consumer spending behavior will normalize and shift back toward services and away from goods.
The earnings of these companies are less sensitive to the economy—and their stocks are undervalued, too.
We think now is the time to be adding judiciously to equities, not reducing them.
Cybersecurity industry is a fast-growing, high-margin industry, and the stocks are attractive right now.
And 13 stocks that are trading at rarely seen margins of safety.
Even with the market's bounce, the selloff provides a chance to invest in significantly undervalued stocks.
Worries about inflation’s toll on earnings spark Wednesday’s 4% plunge, but stocks are now far undervalued.
These four mega-cap stocks are pushing down overall valuations.
There’s an opportunity to profit on an expected closing of the deal, but it’s a risky trade.
Flight to safety pushes defensive sectors too high while leaving growth stocks attractively priced.
Inflation, rising interest rates, geopolitical risks, and other things to keep your eye on.
Value and small-cap stocks are the most attractive.
And where to invest new money today.
In an environment of rising interest rates and healthy economic growth, we continue to favor high-yield corporate bonds.
Growth stocks are now broadly undervalued and the overall market now looks fairly priced.
High-quality stocks with competitive advantages should outperform during tough markets. They aren't this year.
Morningstar’s U.S. markets strategist Dave Sekera discusses the impact of inflation and rate hikes on dividend-paying names.
Morningstar’s U.S. markets strategist Dave Sekera discusses the prospects for dividend stocks in 2022.
Value remains attractive, but time to rotate back into growth … and even some tech.
Morningstar’s U.S. markets strategist Dave Sekera shares his expectations for dividend growth and share buybacks this year.
After a decade of outperformance, these mega-cap stocks are significantly overvalued today.