Simplicity, tax efficiency and Warren Buffett's approval all favor index funds and ETFs. And don't forget those low, low management fees.
As the merits of index-based investing becomes better known, expect more articles attempting to dissuade you from following this strategy. Don't be fooled.
He's a registered investment professional. He's a best-selling author of investing books. And he's never researched any stocks in his portfolio. Here's why.
If there's one investment strategy Jim Cramer hates, it's buying index funds. He'd rather help you "time the market" for big profits. If only he knew how.
Though the strategy of sell in May and go away, has historically has been a profitable one, 2014 was an exception.
Index-based investing has gone mainstream, but most investors are still not benefiting from it. Here's how you can -- and why you should.
Most young ladies either spend, donate or save their bat mitzvah money. Maybe they should invest it.
If you want to be a savvy investor, you have to learn the jargon of Wall Street. Our new series starts out by explaining large cap, mid cap and small cap.
U.S. Steel, once the largest company in the world, is no longer big enough to be included in the S&P 500.
You want to invest prudently, but how do you decide which types of investments should go into your retirement accounts versus your taxable accounts?
For those just starting out in their careers, here's guidance on saving and spending wisely.
A lawsuit recently filed by Dick's Sporting Goods accuses the CEO of Modell's Sporting Goods of posing as a Dick's vice president to gain access to the company's secrets.
The way to make money when investing is to buy low and sell high, but how do you actually do that?
If you're looking abroad for high profit potential (and you should, because that's where the growth is) there's one country you really need to consider. Hint: It's not a BRIC.
A sharp rise in U.S. equity prices could be leading to a dangerous bubble, according to an American who won the 2013 Nobel prize for economics.
While a government shutdown seems to be in the cards, Wall Street shows no signs of worry. Do they know something we don't?