Mutual Funds Weekly: How to put investing goals within reach in 2018

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This week’s digest is the final one for 2017, a year where stock markets rewarded investors in mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. With a new year upon us, it’s a good time not to buy or sell stock impulsively, but to take stock of where you are financially and where you want to be.

Check out our coverage on current investing trends and on how to set reachable money goals in the coming year.

Wishing you and yours a financially happy and healthy 2018.

— Jonathan Burton

INVESTING NEWS & TRENDS
These top-ranked index funds aren’t built to handle a stock-market crash

Equal-weighted funds are poor long-term bets, writes Mark Hulbert.
These top-ranked index funds aren’t built to handle a stock-market crash

Realistic money goals to set for 2018

Set yourself up for success in 2018 with these five money goals you can actually accomplish.
Realistic money goals to set for 2018

7 cryptocurrencies to watch in 2018 if you’re on the hunt for the next bitcoin

Analysts pick the bitcoin rivals to read up on now: Litecoin, Monero, Neo, Cardano, Ripple, Iota and Bitcoin Cash
7 cryptocurrencies to watch in 2018 if you’re on the hunt for the next bitcoin

Here’s why investors may have to worry about Apple shares in 2018

Does Apple have some brewing issues with the iPhone X? Our call of the day says watch out for lower shipments, as that X price tag proved just too high for some.
Here’s why investors may have to worry about Apple shares in 2018

Infrastructure ETFs see slight bump on report of coming Trump proposal

Exchange-traded funds tied to infrastructure-related companies have seen modest gains this week, following reports that President Donald Trump would make an infrastructure stimulus package a legislative priority next year, renewing a campaign pledge that had moved to the back burner in his first year in office.
Infrastructure ETFs see slight bump on report of coming Trump proposal

Robotics ETFs, big gainers in 2017, could see another boost from the tax bill

While a number of prominent economists have expressed concern over the impact that automation and robotics could have on the labor market over the coming years, it’s a trend that’s been paying off for investors this year, and which could accelerate thanks to the recently passed tax bill.
Robotics ETFs, big gainers in 2017, could see another boost from the tax bill

Six Chinese stocks to buy while they’re on sale

It’s worth buying the dip in Chinese stocks, according to T. Rowe and Davis fund managers. By Michael Brush.
Six Chinese stocks to buy while they’re on sale

What to expect from the real estate market in 2018

Here are some trends in the housing market you need to watch for in 2018.
What to expect from the real estate market in 2018

Achievable money goals for 2018

Here’s exactly how to get your finances in order in 2018.
Achievable money goals for 2018

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