Strategy changes, poor stewardship, and asset bloat are among the many possible red flags that shareholders of actively managed funds should recognize to know whether to sell or stay invested.
Don't let these funds trip you up on taxes.
It was all about heavy metal in the first six months of this year.
Investors pour $6.3 billion into stock mutual funds in April--the largest inflow since May 2009.
When it comes to new ETFs, the latest isn't always the greatest.
The latest flow trends, plus a top manager takes a break.
An update on the valuations of major indexes.
After U.S. mutual funds registered outflows in May, $13.5 billion came back in June.
Our method for ferreting out promising prospects.
ETFs have driven the popularity of passive funds during the last decade.