These actively managed offerings are led by experienced managers and have beaten their benchmarks during the past decade.
Investors have been pulling money out of the large- and mid-growth categories, which may mean it's a good time to consider these quality funds.
Morgan Stanley to close a Silver-rated global stock fund to new investors and T. Rowe Price bans some 1,300 employees of American Airlines from trading T. Rowe funds in the airline's employee-sponsored retirement plan.
Dick Dahlberg set to retire from Columbia Dividend Income, Aston/Fairpointe Mid Cap to undergo a "soft close," and Lord Abbett Small Cap Value announces that it will reopen with new managers.
As part of Aberdeen's acquisition of Artio, some international fund managers to depart. Also, a management change on a T. Rowe Price health-care fund, Columbia hires Putnam's former asset-allocation head, and ClearBridge and Legg Mason Capital Management funds to merge.
Rabobank finally settles on a buyer for most of Robeco, Fidelity to close Fidelity Small Cap Value, Matthews Asia to launch 2 new funds, and Victory Capital gains independence.
A few basic metrics can guide you.
T. Rowe Price has grown but continues serving fund shareholders well.
Vanguard and Neuberger launch funds in hot categories while California's 529 plan gets a new manager.
Plus, T. Rowe Price manager passes torch, Fairholme fund raises fees, and more.