Shares of microchip-parts suppliers, including Teradyne and ASML, are available at steep discounts, and the companies are poised for long-term profits.
High income plus high quality has made for a down-market cushion with these exchange-traded funds.
Factors driving high food and energy costs should ease, but timing remains uncertain.
Don’t bother with Tesla—BorgWarner, Sensata, and other companies throughout the EV supply chain are trading at discounts and looking good for the planet.
Taiwan Semiconductor, Nvidia, and other chipmakers have been hit by supply-chain woes, but their stocks are at their cheapest in many years.
It looks like the economy is shifting to a steadier, healthier pace of growth.
Even as investors chase income, these high-quality dividend payers look attractive.
Mosaic and ADM are among those with solid gains in 2022, but valuations are rich.
High-quality stocks, including Amazon, BlackRock, and Comcast, are now trading at steep discounts.
CPI is still running hot, but evidence grows that the peak has passed.
Moderating wage growth may be a positive sign for the inflation fight ahead.
Consumer stocks have provided some shelter from the storm, but Big Tech has resumed its decline.
After a rough start to the year, sustainability leaders including Adobe, Salesforce, and Disney are trading at discounts.
As energy stocks surged and tech tumbled, sustainable portfolios had a tough quarter.
Despite a broad jump in inflation in March, the details are encouraging.
It was more than just energy. These healthcare and consumer names have fueled the rally.
More strong hiring in March is good news for the economy.
Investors face losses on stocks and bonds after a volatile quarter.
As the market stays in correction territory, high-quality undervalued stocks including Biogen and Salesforce look poised to gain.
Despite the bad news on inflation in February, price pressures still look to ease in late 2022.
Volatility has reigned with oil prices soaring, stocks falling and inflation fears worsening.
The February employment report shows solid gains, but the labor market recovery is far from over.
With valuations coming down, wide-moat stocks may be in a better position for a period of rising rates and inflation.
Rising rates remain a headwind, but valuations are now looking more reasonable.
Inflation pressures broadened in January and expectations for a bigger move by the Fed grew.
Dividend growth has surged as energy companies focus on returning cash to investors.
Seven charts on the surge in hiring and expectations for the Federal Reserve.
What to look for and what to avoid in this area.
The most sustainable names helped ESG outpace the market, even without a lift from energy stocks.
Five charts on key inflation trends.
The December jobs report may seem muddy, but it's strong enough for the Fed to start raising rates.
Five charts on India's big stock market rally.
Six charts showing how market cap drove returns.
Despite the big rise in November CPI, the upward pressure on prices should unwind in 2022.
Here's 5 charts on the November employment report.
Small stocks and growth companies were hit hard, but valuations remain lofty.
The impact of the largest stocks on the market has lessened and that could be good news for investors.
5 charts on Tesla's growing influence in the stock market.
Investors should brace for inflation to look worse before it gets better.
Inflation-protected bonds are rallying as investors see price pressures sticking around.
The latest earnings for big banks show strong profits and fewer bad loans.
Morningstar's sustainability indexes generally keep up with the broad market for the quarter, owing mainly to technology.
We look under the hood at the quarter’s Morningstar Style Box trends and their (lack of) impact on investors.
Here's how the popular trading platform's recent acquisition is part of a bigger trend--and how it impacts investors.
Given their competitive advantages, these companies are poised to do well in a sustainable world.
We look at emerging-markets debt through the Morningstar Emerging Markets Bond Index.
As value slows down, tech is back in the driver's seat.
Energy stocks can fuel poor environment profiles in dividend strategies. Even so, sustainability and income aren't mutually exclusive.
Tech stock revival boosts sustainable strategies.
A look at revival of large growth stocks, and the ebb of small value.