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Morningstar, Inc. (MRS.F)

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252.00+2.00 (+0.80%)
At close: 09:15AM CET
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Previous Close250.00
Bid256.00 x 0
Ask260.00 x 0
Day's Range252.00 - 252.00
52 Week Range153.00 - 252.00
Avg. Volume0
Market Cap11.011B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.14
PE Ratio (TTM)168.00
EPS (TTM)1.50
Earnings DateFeb 21, 2024 - Feb 26, 2024
Forward Dividend & Yield1.41 (0.57%)
Ex-Dividend DateOct 05, 2023
1y Target EstN/A
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    What Makes Morningstar (MORN) a Prospective Investment?

    Polen Capital, an investment management company, released its “Polen Global SMID Company Growth Strategy” third-quarter 2023 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. The fund returned -6.59% gross and -6.64% net of fees compared to -3.55% return for the MSCI ACWI SMID Capitalization Index. Negative security selection drove the underperformance of the […]

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    Here’s What Makes Morningstar (MORN) a Great Investment Choice

    Baron Funds, an investment management firm, released its “Baron FinTech Fund” third quarter 2023 investor letter, a copy of which can be downloaded here. During the quarter concluding on September 30, 2023, Baron FinTech Fund® (Institutional Shares) experienced a 1.30% increase, contrasting with a 6.77% loss for the FactSet Global FinTech Index (the Benchmark). Since its […]

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    Safe retirement withdrawal rate rises to 4%: Morningstar study

    It seems as many retirees gear up for retirement, the calculations involved can be overwhelming when including rising inflation and average life expectancy. So how much money can retirees withdraw from their retirement investment accounts to meet their needs and not run out of cash? According to Morningstar, the number is 4% for 2023, up from 3.8% in 2022. Morningstar Inc. Vice President of Research John Rekenthaler joins Yahoo Finance Anchor Diane King Hall to discuss the report. When asked about people's worries in outliving their retirement savings Rekenthaler responds: "The important thing to understand is we have a conservative approach when we are forecasting and saying 'Okay, people can spend 4% of their nest eggs' for one that's over a 30 year time horizon. So that's pretty long, if somebody is 65 years old, even with longer life spans today, that's taking you out to 95. Second thing is for the most part, people aren't spending as much money when they're 95 years old as when they're first retired...and the third is, in most cases - because we built this to have a 90% success rate according to our simulations - in most cases there is quite a bit of money left over at the end of the... period." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.