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Top 10 Most Popular Articles

Catch up on the most popular Morningstar articles from the past week, including some articles that pinpoint undervalued global stocks

Alanna Petroff 7 January, 2013 | 12:26PM

What are intelligent investors reading these days? Here are the top 10 most popular articles from Morningstar.co.uk over the past week.

Equity Research & Insights

A Comeback for Stock-Picking
Morningstar's Heather Brilliant expects stock-picking will be an ongoing theme in 2013 and her team of analysts hone in on some undervalued stocks.

5 Undervalued Tech Stocks
Morningstar analyst Grady Burkett considers Google and Oracle to be amongst the most undervalued tech names in the world.

Fund Managers’ Favourites: Need-To-Know Small-Caps
VIDEO: BlackRock fund manager Mike Prentis, who runs two trusts that have Gold- and Silver-ratings, reveals the three small-cap companies he’s been buying.

Fund Research & Insights

2012: The Year of the Fixed-Income Fund
Equity fund investors are coming back, but bond funds continue to dominate the European fund market, according to Morningstar data.

Fund Rating Upgrades, Downgrades and Initiations
Several funds and investments trusts have seen their Analyst Ratings undergo adjustments by Morningstar.

10 Gold-Rated Funds with the Lowest Fees
Research shows that investing in funds with low fees gives you a higher chance of outperforming the market.

2012: The Year in Funds
A look at the assets, sectors and styles that have characterised the past year for the UK funds industry.

Investment Trust Research & Insights

5 Interesting Investment Trust Trends from 2012
VIDEO: Morningstar's Jackie Beard describes five investment themes from the world of closed-end funds in 2012.

Portfolio & Money Management

5 Portfolio Check-Up Steps to Kick-Start the Year
Now is the time to troubleshoot portfolio problems to be set for improving your bottom line in 2013.

Perspectives

Sell in May, Buy in January?
Overall market gains for the year seem to be stronger when January is positive.

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About Author Alanna Petroff

Alanna Petroff  is a financial journalist with Morningstar UK.