Rank #1: Dividend Picks, Apple Undervalued, and Vanguard's 2018
On this week's episode, we examine Apple’s revenue warning, Procter & Gamble’s progress, top dividend picks and how Fidelity and Vanguard fared over the last year.
Rank #2: Earnings from Netflix, The Government Shutdown, and More
This week on the podcast, our earnings roundup with Johnson & Johnson, Proctor & Gamble, Netflix, and IBM; Ed Slott on missed RMDs; what the government shutdown means for the debt ceiling; Russ Kinnel on investment themes for 2019; 3 gold-rated small-cap index funds to consider; and how to build a solid portfolio foundation.
Rank #3: Morningstar's Picks for IRAs
This week on the podcast, our experts offer their mutual fund and ETF ideas for funding an IRA.
Rank #4: Bond Investing, Hands-off Portfolios, and Promising Fund Managers
Rank #5: Remembering Jack Bogle
On this week's episode, we put together a collection of clips from our interviews with Jack Bogle over the years.
Rank #6: A Dividend Pick, Foreign Investing, and the Benefits of Working Longer
In this week’s podcast, Zain Akbari with a dividend stock for your shopping list, Christine Benz talks with Kevin McDevitt about where fund investors are putting their dollars this year, special guest Mark Miller discusses whether working longer should be a part of your retirement plan, Alex Bryan on whether you should invest abroad, John Barrett with a new high-quality stock for your watchlist, and Matt Dolgin finds attractive ideas among data center stocks.
Rank #7: Berkshire Hathaway’s Valuation, 3 Funds That Have Lost Their Mojo, and More
This week on the podcast, our analysts take a look at three funds that’ve been downgraded due to manager losses, Christine Benz discusses whether retirees need bonds, Abhinav Davuluri takes a look at earnings in the semiconductor industry, Ben Johnson discusses Morningstar’s latest research about fund fees, Dan Culloton talks about a promising international fund on our radar, and Gregg Warren discusses Berkshire Hathaway’s valuation.
Rank #8: 3 New Morningstar Medalists, 4 Hidden Benefits of Roth IRAs, and More
This week on the podcast, 3 new Morningstar Medalists; Christine Benz with 4 hidden benefits of Roth IRAs; A pending manager departure for T. Rowe Price High Yield; Allergan’s future looks promising; and Ben Johnson says index funds aren’t all passive
Rank #9: A Solid Dividend, Funds for Retirees, and More
On this week's podcast, low-volatility ETFs, a pick among California utilities, and funds for retirees.
Rank #10: Investing Insights: Tech Stocks, Tax Efficiency, and Social Security Options
In this week’s podcast, Abhinav Davuluri sheds light on values in tech stocks, Christine Benz speaks with Ben Johnson on the tax efficiency of different fund types, special guest Mary Beth Franklin reviews Social Security options for spouses, Dan Sotiroff with picks for lower-risk foreign stock funds, Dave Meats finds attractive buying opportunities in upstream energy stocks, and Katie Reichart reviews the subtle differences between T. Rowe Price large-cap medalists.
Rank #11: Favorite Funds with Russ Kinnel
Rank #12: Lyft IPO, IRA Tips For Later in Life, and More
This week on the podcast, Ali Mogharabi on what Lyft is worth, Christine Benz with fixed-income ETFs for retirees, Ariel’s John Rogers with two of his favorite mid-cap stocks, Brian Moriarty on the state of the high-yield bond market, Eric Compton with ratings changes in the bank sector, and Christine Benz with IRA contribution tips for later in life.
Rank #13: Earnings from Coke and Cisco, Generating Cash Flow in Retirement, and More
This week on the podcast, our analysts’ takes on Coca Cola and Cisco results; Christine Benz suggests three strategies for generating cash flow in retirement; Travis Miller highlights 3 utilities for income investors; Jon Hale talks about the growth of sustainable investing; Mark Cash gives his take on Dell stock; and Alex Bryan shares a low-cost ETF with a focus on strong businesses.
Rank #14: Year-End To-Do's, Dividends, and Oracle
On this week's episode, we look at Johnson & Johnson, beating the market, and bucket maintenance.