The mutual fund industry says it has some good news: expense ratios and other costs have come down dramatically over the years.
U.S. stocks pared losses and ended the first quarter with a 5.4% gain, on average. But the second quarter presents a new set of risks for investors to navigate.
Is the start of a new quarter a good time to rebalance your portfolio? Well, rebalancing is a good practice, but don’t go overboard.
Now that good times for bond funds may be ending, it will pay to look for these three red flags when choosing a bond investment.
Many investors might skip over the line on their mutual fund disclosure statements that says, "12b-1 fee." They might want to look closer.
What is an equity abandoner and would you know if you were one? Vanguard Group has coined the term for a certain type of investor.
These five investors, who recorded the biggest gains since the stock market reached a low a year ago, prepare for the next stage of the rally.
New research shows that the mutual fund redemption fee can improve some funds’ results by discouraging short-term investing.
A price war among the biggest brokerages has dropped trade commissions to their lowest levels ever. Here's a roundup of all the fees.
Because ETFs are structured differently from funds, investors should ask a few extra questions. But what are they?