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Top 10 Most Popular Articles in January

So far in 2013, the stock markets are rising, confidence is high and these 10 articles are grabbing intelligent investors' attention

Holly Cook 31 January, 2013 | 5:53PM

What are in-the-know investors reading in 2013? Here are the top 10 most popular articles and interviews from over the month of January.

Stocks and Shares 

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

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.

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

Betting on Vodafone, Bailing on M&S?
Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson discusses his opinions on Vodafone, M&S and the current political climate.

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

Funds and Investment Trusts

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

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.

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.


What the Experts Are Saying About the UK Economy
UK GDP ESTIMATE: A triple-dip recession could be on the cards, the UK is edging closer to losing its AAA rating, and yet markets hover around 5-year highs.

Special Report

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

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About Author Holly Cook

Holly Cook  is Managing Editor of