We've cut our economic moat ratings on these notable names.
These stocks are all undervalued according to our metrics.
Managers from Diamond Hill and Dodge & Cox picked up some consumer stocks during the market meltdown.
These consumer names are undervalued according to our metrics.
The Oracle of Omaha might take an interest in these high-quality firms if Berkshire were nimble enough.
We recently upgraded Morningstar Economic Moat Ratings on these companies.
The stocks of these wide- and narrow-moat companies providing “essential” services are trading at discounts to their fair value estimates.
Not all of these stocks trade in buying range today, but they’re solid watchlist candidates for environmentally focused investors.
These companies are well-positioned for a world less dependent on fossil fuels.
These high-quality names look relatively cheap today.
Here are our analysts' top ideas in each sector this quarter.
We think the payouts on these undervalued names are sustainable.
Given the market uncertainty, we'd walk away from these highly overvalued no-moat names.
These sturdy companies can withstand the economic slowdown--and they’re on sale, too.
This shortlist of high-quality companies with predictable cash flows and modest leverage are well-equipped for today’s market uncertainty.
These exceptional businesses are on sale.
These bargain stocks have demonstrated their commitment to gender equality.
These highly rated mutual funds make good portfolio building blocks.
These firms have carved out economic moats and are led by female CEOs.
We expect these high yielders to sustain their dividends in the future. Plus, they’re cheap.
We turn to the Morningstar US Dividend Growth Index for stock ideas.
Investors can widen their opportunity set by redefining 'yield.'
Whether you're seeking a single-fund option or using the building-block approach, here are some of our analysts' best ideas.
These stocks are well-positioned to tackle the material environmental, social, and governance risks facing their industries.
Experts think foreign stocks, especially emerging markets, are attractive. Here are Morningstar's favorites for those themes.
These high-quality names were recently added to the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index.
Here are our analysts' top ideas in each sector for the new year.
We think these companies are poised to experience meaningful economic benefits in the future.
Here are the most-viewed securities on Morningstar.com this year.
Our readers’ tastes can be summed up in two words: income and Vanguard.
Here are just some of the ratings, research, trends, and topics we covered this year.
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.
Those with the right constitution may find opportunity in these pockets of the market.
These fixed-income-focused exchange-traded funds all earn Gold ratings.
These stock-focused exchange-traded funds all earn Gold ratings.
These names suffered double-digit losses in October. Should you hold on?
Taking advantage of tax benefits by investing in low-cost, smartly designed 529 plans can stretch your college savings dollars.
These are the most overpriced stocks in our coverage universe today.
These names were recently added to the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index.
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.
These growth-focused funds all earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Silver or better.
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.
These highly rated mutual funds have a fondness for wide-moat stocks.
These stocks are good choices whether you're looking for dividend growth, down-market defense, or inflation protection.
These high-quality names are resilient and undervalued.
These high-quality names are trading at 5-star levels.
Dividend-growth strategies stand to hold up well on the downside--an important attraction in a not-cheap market.