These companies largely earn their competitive advantage from intangible assets, and their stocks are great choices for an investor’s watchlist.
Some funds are bucking the trend.
A look at how low-volatility ETFs have performed in recent adverse markets.
Technology funds tanked and most other fund categories lost money in April.
Amid a down quarter for bonds, there were few places for investors to hide among the biggest bond funds.
February flows for these behemoths reflect broader trends.
Few Morningstar Categories came out ahead in a volatile month.
The latest offerings range from sensible to speculative.
With Russian bonds and the ruble collapsing, these emerging-markets funds had big weights ahead of the invasion.
Investors in these funds had the most exposure to Russia heading into the war.
Only a small number of Morningstar Categories managed to benefit in a month filled with volatility.
Some Fidelity and T. Rowe Price strategies have big stakes in the battered stock.
A record number of active ETFs were launched in 2021.
A 20% drop in bitcoin hasn't fazed the ETF's owners.
These popular brand names are undervalued.
Money is flowing into funds that provide a hedge against inflation.
The trend to passive funds may be reversing here.
The first bitcoin ETF launch lived up to the hype, even as investors are urged to be cautious.
While large-value funds typically hold more in this surging sector than other categories do, the typical stake is still small.
These Morningstar Medalist managers launched new funds during the first half of 2021.
Latin America, commodities lead stock funds, long-term bond funds recover.
These funds rode momentum stocks higher, but some didn’t pivot with the value rally.
Valuation-conscious growth approaches have seen their fortunes turn for the better this year.
ARK's ETFs aren't the only beneficiaries.