Short-term challenges aside, several of Artisan's open funds are promising long-term ideas.
For most funds, a recent upsurge in volatility probably doesn't signal a dramatic departure from established strategies. In some cases, however, there may have been a change for the worse.
Outflows add to the challenges facing active stock fund managers.
Morningstar's Christine Benz recommends these tried-and-true value-leaning stock funds, still-open foreign-stock favorites, and TIPS funds for investors who want to tilt against the grain.
Many of our favorite value-leaning funds have been investing in the sector for a long while.
Stock, fund, and ETF ideas for investors who are putting new money to work and don't mind some short-term volatility along the way.
If the market stumbles, these funds are well positioned to go shopping.
Several analyst-approved names stand poised to take advantage if the market heads south.
A look at how some of our favorite funds measure up using Morningstar's price/fair value ratio.
Laudus' large-cap growth fund rehires its former manager Lawrence Kemp, Artisan Value team founder and portfolio manager Scott Satterwhite gives his three years' notice, David Herro closes Oakmark International to new investors, and more.