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Top 10 articles for the week of Sept. 4

MOST READ: The keys to financial success, the most oversold and undersold benefits of ETFs and a standout global equity option for investors Ruth Saldanha

Ruth Saldanha 10 September, 2018 | 5:00PM
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What did investors read last week? The keys to financial success, the benefits of ETFs, and a standout global equity options are the keywords this week; the details are below.

The keys to financial success are incredibly mundane (sorry!)
Stop looking for investment alchemy; it's the boring stuff that really matters.

The most over- and undersold benefits of ETFs
A closer look at some of the most heralded and overlooked features of this investment wrapper.

A standout global equity option for investors
With a focus on stock selection and fundamental research, EdgePoint Global Portfolio will look different from most.

You probably won't retire when you think
Delaying retirement has become standard advice to help fix an unsatisfactory retirement plan, but it may not be realistic for everyone.

The bucket investor's guide to setting asset allocation for retirement
Use anticipated spending needs and probabilities of a positive return over your time horizon to back into the right mix of cash, bonds and stocks.

We're bullish on Bayer
The market reaction to glyphosate's legal issues looks overdone.

Top 10 Articles for the week of August 27
MOST READ: Undervalued stocks ideas, saving $14 a day to accumulate $1 million, and the impact of withholding taxes on foreign equity ETFs

Rating international small-cap index funds
An updated review of process and price led to some changes in these Morningstar Analyst Ratings.

Can you accumulate $1 million saving $14 per day?
Dissecting a claim from ABC News.

Pender Value manager targets high-growth small-cap stocks
David Barr applies a long-term value approach to find companies that will grow over 20 to 30 years.

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Ruth Saldanha

Ruth Saldanha  is Senior Editor at Morningstar.ca. Follow her on Twitter @KarishmaRuth.

 
 
 

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