: In the topsy-turvy market of the past five years, these managers led their funds to some of the best performances in their respective areas. Here's what they're bullish on now. More
It's impossible to time a stock market disaster, but the chances that *something* bad will happen should always be on investors' minds. Here are four wild, yet plausible, blowup scenarios.
Are we headed for a bear or bull market? Growth or recession? Today it seems harder than ever to say. You can still be prepared.
It may seem like there's little hope of another great long-term stock rally. Three reasons the conventional wisdom could be running the wrong way.
The Federal Reserve has moved boldly, even as it debates internally over whether its monetary policy actions help the economy. A guide to the players and the argument -- and an action plan for you.
The Continent's financial crisis could linger for years, making foreign investing tougher than ever. Still, you can find opportunities amid the ruins. Here's how.
Paul and Linda Schilling fled to cash when their portfolio lost 65% of its value. But as they near retirement, if they want their money to last, they need to take on more risk
In last year's Investor's Guide, Money magazine assistant managing editor Pat Regnier wrote about his flight from stocks into all cash in 2011. Here's what happened next.
Guaranteed returns! Bigger scholarships! Some advisers are promising life insurance is the cure-all for costly tuition bills. Tempted? Read this first.
From the years you spend tending to your retirement portfolio to the time when you finally get to enjoy sweet success, you face questions about saving and investing. Ace these five and prosper.
After the death of her husband, Lisa Bowman is getting back on track financially, saving for retirement and a new home.