These stocks stand to benefit from higher infrastructure spending in the years to come.
Watch: For International Women's Day 2019, we look at the progress being made on gender diversity on corporate boards.
Here are two of our favorite index-tracking municipal-bond funds.
Ben Johnson offers his picks ahead of the contribution deadline.
Russ Kinnel shares three funds that are particularly worthy core holdings in IRAs.
We think the market underappreciates some large pharma and biotech names.
Christine Benz explains this maneuver for investors who are over the income limits for contributing to an IRA.
Silver-rated AllianzGI Convertible's is strengthened by an experienced team, effective process, and attractive expense profile.
We like these short- and intermediate-term bond funds as a place to stash your money for the near future.
Our analysts discuss a solid muni fund and earnings from Home Depot and Lowe's on this week's episode.
While the market is about as expensive as it was a month ago, there are still pockets of value.
Very few companies the size of Microsoft that can offer 12% revenue growth and 15% earnings growth in each of the next several years.
Ben Johnson reviews the Vanguard ETF fee news and gives his thoughts on cutting through the noise.
Lower housing turnover is a headwind for the fairly valued home improvement retailers, but we still expect the companies to maintain their market leadership positions.
Funds focusing on corporate actions, such as mergers and acquisitions, were solid performers in a volatile 2018.
Fertilizer-producer Nutrien offers attractive risk-adjusted upside potential.
Alex Bryan's ETF picks include one that's plain-vanilla, two minimum volatility options, and a dividend-payer.
Christine Benz offers her picks for IRAs ahead of the April deadline.
More than a decade of comanagement and a sizable team make Wells Fargo Intermediate Tax/AMT-Free Fund an option to chew on.
The wide-moat bank is attempting to shake free from its scandals, and we think it could support double-digit dividend growth over the next several years.
We discuss T. Rowe Price High Yield's future and active decision-making in index funds on this week's episode.
We're lowering our fair value estimate for the no-moat firm in light of profit headwinds.
Results were below expectations, but the no-moat firm increased its EPS guidance for 2019.
We think BT, Vodafone, and Telefonica all look undervalued in the sector.
Several issues across the globe came into play last year as the category took a 16% loss.
Even plain-vanilla index funds that track the S&P 500 are making some active bets that investors need to be aware of, says Morningstar's Ben Johnson.
New products may trump threat from generics.
Overall positive qualities counter concerns over looming manager departure.
Christine Benz discusses some under-the-radar reasons why Roths may benefit some investors.
Learn what brought about these Morningstar Analyst Ratings changes.
Jon Hale reviews the biggest takeaways from his Sustainable Fund Landscape Report.
Our analysts discuss cash flow in retirement, Dell stock, and a low-cost ETF on this week's episode.
What we saw in 2018, and what we expect in 2019.
The wide-moat firm reported sales of $31.9 billion, and organic sales for the year grew 5%.
We're raising our fair value estimate as the firm becomes less reliant on the hardware refresh cycle.
Silver-rated iShares Edge MSCI USA Quality Factor ETF is a compelling option.
The no-moat firm has a sound strategy, but uncertainty is very high given debt levels and ownership concentration.
We like the below-average costs and experienced team at Silver-rated MFS Massachusetts Investors Trust.
Christine Benz walks through the pros and cons of three approaches that retirees should consider.
Edison International, Dominion Energy, and Sempra Energy have good dividend growth prospects.
On this week's episode, we look at earnings, why Starbucks is attractive, and how active funds won't protect you from a downturn.
Schlumberger, Weatherford, and TechnipFMC are all trading at at least a 25% discount to fair value.
The median stock now trades at a 4% discount to its fair value, a far cry from the 12% discount at the end of 2018.
Either of these Bronze-rated strategies run by Capital Group is worth a look for investors seeking a conservative bond fund, but consider the differences.
The firm offered more insight on direct-to-consumer efforts, which are key for this year's transition.
The no-moat firm's results show EPS beat consensus, and with a steady macro environment, 2019 could be a good year.
A well-diversified portfolio, not active stock-picking, is the key to building a portfolio with downside protection, says Russ Kinnel.
Potential catalysts in the pipeline reinforce our fair value estimate, and shares are undervalued.
While revenue results were better than expected, operating margin was slightly below consensus for the wide-moat firm.
Manager Steve Wymer's experience and ability to spot promising growth firms early on sets Silver-rated Fidelity Growth Company apart.