Inside the Market's weekend roundup of some of this week's best investing reads on the Internet, which are highlighted every morning in our premarket report.
The vast majority of professional advisers who try to get in and out of the stock market at the right time end up doing worse than those who simply buy and hold through bull and bear markets alike.
A look at Warren Buffett's long-term stock picks.
The perils of picking past winners.
Proof for why you should add multiple asset classes to your portfolio.
Five tips for better index investing.
It doesn't pay to be patient with mutual fund losers.
Why diversification works for investors.
Humans are proving more adept than computers in reacting to the Federal Reserve's mixed messages on when policy makers will reduce their unprecedented stimulus.
Oil's recent rally is raising 'flash-crash' fears.
The U.S. stock market appears to be entering a dangerous euphoria stage of the bull market.
Some fund managers are holding more cash, worried that equity values are getting overheated and the bond market is less than appealing.
The "great rotation" from bonds and into equities is now undeniable.
Uncool or not, Apple is still a bellwether.
Why the Microsoft Surface tablet failed and the iPad did not.