Top 10 Most Popular Morningstar Articles

Catch up on the most popular Morningstar articles from the past week, including insights into making regular investments and a spotlight on Rio Tinto

Holly Cook 21 January, 2013 | 10:36AM

What are in-the-know investors reading these days? Here are the top 10 most popular articles and interviews from over the past week.


Does Pound-Cost Averaging Out of a Position Make Sense?
THE SHORT ANSWER: The method used to purchase stock might not be your best bet when selling.

Equity Research & Insights

Hunting for Cheap Stocks
DIG THE DATA: Morningstar analysts pinpoint the most undervalued companies in the following sectors: insurance, banks and oil & gas.

Heading for Healthcare
THE WEEK: Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson explains why he is loading up his portfolio with shares in GlaxoSmithKline.


Stock Spotlight: Rio Tinto
STOCK SPOTLIGHT: Investors looking for a value opportunity should consider mining giant Rio Tinto, despite the fact that CEO Tom Albanese was just given the boot.

Fund Managers’ Favourites: Snap Up Small-Caps 
VIDEO: Old Mutual’s small-cap specialist, Dan Nickols, says his three favourite small-caps operate in very different markets: telecom, packaging and digital broadcasting.

Top 20 High-Yielding Stocks
DIG THE DATA: Morningstar data reveal the 20 highest-yielding stocks on the FTSE 350.

Fund Research & Insights

5 Best Performing Investment Trusts in 2012
FUND SPY: These five specialist trusts each returned more than 100% last year, but that doesn't mean they're suitable investments for anyone and everyone.

Global Fund Managers Feeling Bullish
INVESTOR SENTIMENT: Global fund managers are feeling more optimistic and are putting more money into banking stocks this January, according to a new survey by BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research.

Funds for Emerging Market Exposure
FUND SPY: Morningstar OBSR analyst Karine Glauser discusses some of the biggest, newest and best performers in the emerging market fund industry.

Special Report

2013: RDR, Financial Advice and You
SPECIAL REPORT: New investment rules brought about by the "Retail Distribution Review" (RDR) are changing the way you invest and receive financial advice.

Find more popular articles in our online archive, or visit our video centre.

The information contained within is for educational and informational purposes ONLY. It is not intended nor should it be considered an invitation or inducement to buy or sell a security or securities noted within nor should it be viewed as a communication intended to persuade or incite you to buy or sell security or securities noted within. Any commentary provided is the opinion of the author and should not be considered a personalised recommendation. The information contained within should not be a person's sole basis for making an investment decision. Please contact your financial professional before making an investment decision.

About Author Holly Cook

Holly Cook  is Managing Editor of