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5 Tactics That Help Patient Investors Prosper

If you ever needed a lesson in the power of patience, let me remind you of a date in recent history March 9, 2009. On that day, the Dow Jones industrial average closed at a gut wrenching low of... Read >>

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6 Stocks to Sell Now

Stock market volatility especially downward volatility is back. In seven trading sessions from April 3 through April 11, the Dow Jones industrial average experienced four single day triple digit... Read >>

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Why Rising Interest Rates Won't Kill the Bull Market

Stock investors have become increasingly worried about how the market will react as the Federal Reserve ends its extraordinary bond buying program. I, myself, am of the generation that began... Read >>

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Our Practical Investor's Portfolio

Can a wise but moderately lethargic investor beat or at least equal the stock market? Kiplinger's columnist and author of Investing 101 Kathy Kristof aims to answer just that question with this... Read >>

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How We Pick the Kip 25

When I rebalanced my 401(k) account a couple of years ago, I followed the recommendation of Kiplinger's (and many other strategists) and added an emerging markets fund to the mix. So I was just as... Read >>

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Energy Stocks That Pay 4% and Up

Holders of master limited partnerships got an unpleasant wake up call recently, when once hot Boardwalk Pipeline Partners (symbol BWP ) slashed its payout and saw its share price plunge. The... Read >>

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The Great Bond Shortage

It gets clearer by the day that your bond principal is safe from the interest rate termites. If rates advance this year, the climb will be in fits and starts, and it will end with much ado about... Read >>

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Kip 25: Our Favorite Mutual Funds, 2014

No baseball team, not even the winner of the World Series, rests on its laurels. So it is with the Kiplinger 25 , the list of our favorite no load mutual funds. Most of our picks outpaced their... Read >>

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An ETF That Benefits From a Rise in Consumer Spending

Shoppers should open up their wallets as the weather warms and the economy improves. And that has investors in clothing retailers, restaurants, media companies and other consumer discretionary... Read >>

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Don't Bail on Emerging Markets

The case for investing in emerging markets is being put to the test. China's economic growth is slowing. Countries such as Thailand, Turkey and Ukraine are in the throes of political unrest. The... Read >>

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