The right ETFs can give you a diversified portfolio at a bare minimum of expense. Here are some of the best options for 2016.
If you want a lot of small-cap stocks, exchange-traded funds might be the best way to get them.
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2013 was a good year for the Dow, but it was a great year for small- and mid-cap stocks. Will the Dow reassert its strength in 2014? Find out here.
Smaller stocks are doing well despite being near record highs.
Small-cap stocks are mostly feared and avoided by investors. However, there are a few things investors should consider before running in the opposite direction.
Big stocks aren't producing the biggest returns.
Don't let your personal financial planning get off track because of a big downturn.
Actively managed mutual funds can't keep up with their index-tracking peers. Here's how to handle it.
Forget the Dow and the S&P. Small-cap stocks are on track to hit a big number.