Are the stock market bulls getting ahead of themselves?
Investing isn't just for the rich.
The safest part of your 401(k) isn't as safe as it used to be.
Last year was a fantastic one for fund investors, at least for those resilient enough to hold on through the stomach-churning turns the market took.
Get ready for investments to be merely good again.
Few women run mutual funds around the world, but they're even more scarce in the United States than in other countries, and their ranks have been shrinking in recent years.
December's almost here, which means many fund investors are about to get a taxable lump in their accounts.
Don't waste energy worrying about Trump or Clinton, instead channel that energy into understanding your portfolio.
Online brokerage TD Ameritrade is buying Scottrade in a $4 billion cash-and-stock deal that would tie up two major players in the day trading industry during an era when an increasingly large number of investors are choosing index funds over stock picking.
The great bull run for the municipal-bond market may be running out of juice.
It was a good summer for fund investors, as calm and strong markets around the world lifted most categories to gains from July into September.
As insurance giant American International Group (NYSE:AIG) continues to downsize after its near collapse during the 2008 financial crisis, the FOX Business Network has learned at least one section of the financial services giant appears safe from a potential sale: The company’s SunAmerica mutual fund unit.
The famed fund manager is still picking stocks despite divorcing from his longtime firm.
Some U.S. mutual funds are boosting their performance with relatively big bets on private companies.
We asked experts if it's time to shake up your investment mix. See what they said.
Brexit pushed trading transactions at Fidelity's mobile unit to the second highest on record.
Here’s a primer for U.S. investors looking to understand how the Brexit vote may impact their portfolios.
Global financial markets are bracing for 3
Small caps companies may finally be coming into their own and that's good news for the U.S.
Ladies and gentlemen, the middle-class household that the United States was built upon is slowly, but continuously, disappearing before our eyes.