Here's a look at how Apple's fourth-quarter retreat has affected some widely held, actively managed stock funds.
Patience is rewarded for sticking with these former laggards.
You won't see much fireworks here except for maybe a snake or some caps.
Here's a look at some of the funds we've rated so far in this category.
It pays to go against the grain.
After a brutal 2008 in which shareholders dumped funds en masse, inflows predominated in 2009.
Plus, CGM Focus, Amana Funds, American Funds, and Fairholme did well.
Bond funds continue to capture the vast majority of the investment dollars in the third quarter.
Lawsuit evidence shows some portfolio counselors voiced concerns in a 2004 internal survey, but the funds' strong performance is hard to fault.
The market began 2010 on a sour note, but that didn't keep U.S. investors away from mutual funds.