Top Articles for the week of Mar. 25

MOST READ: Why ETF investors should do nothing after the tax changes announced in the 2019 Federal budget, the top performing mutual funds of 2018, and Warren Buffet’s cash problem

Ruth Saldanha 1 April, 2019 | 5:00PM

What did investors read about last week? Why ETF investors should do nothing after the tax changes announced in the 2019 Federal budget, the top performing mutual funds of 2018, and Warren Buffet’s cash problem were the most popular articles last week

Budget 2019: ETF investors should do nothing
There isn’t enough information for investors to do anything at the moment, so it’s worth doing nothing – for now

The best performing mutual funds of 2018
Of over 1,000 medalist mutual funds that had positive returns, most of the top performers are U.S. focused

What’s Berkshire going to do with all that cash?
While Buffett has been clear about share repurchases being his preferred option, Morningstar analysts expect him to be just as cost-conscious when buying back shares as he has been with other investments historically

9 ways to diversify your portfolio
Four classic ideas that work, and five new ones to consider

Marie-Kondo your retirement portfolio
As with decluttering your home, winnowing down your number of accounts--and the holdings within them--can be incredibly clarifying, says Morningstar’s director of personal finance Christine Benz

One way to invest in Lyft right now
The strategies and success factors behind a US$500 billion industry about to blossom, and mutual funds that help you beat the crowd

The best ETFs to hold in a retirement portfolio
Morningstar helps you build a portfolio using global, U.S., international, and international equity exchange-traded funds, and a balanced ETF option

Three aviation stocks with long runways for growth
Recent disasters have led to a pullback in in stock prices of aircraft manufacturers – making these three names attractive

6 reasons to tap your emergency fund
The right times to deploy the financial reinforcements

These three Canadian bank stocks are flashing buy signals
A savage sell-off of Canadian banking stocks have left these dividend-paying lenders looking cheap and attractive to long-term investors

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