Why this prominent fund’s struggles don’t doom the category.
When good funds' costs drop, you should pay attention.
Worried about market risk? Wells Fargo suggests alternative funds
Investors have been voting with their feet for low-cost funds, bringing down average fees again in 2016.
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The funds take advantage of the SEC's reporting rules on derivatives to make their high fees look smaller than they actually are.
Investors should quit assuming choosing an active fund is easy (or just quit), writes Morningstar’s Jeff Ptak.