If the market stumbles, these funds are well positioned to go shopping.
It was a great year for Primecap and a bad one for Fairholme.
Large-cap funds fared far better than small-cap in the U.S., while emerging markets held up better among overseas offerings, says Morningstar's Russ Kinnel.
Hugging the benchmark tends to be less common in the small-cap arena, as these funds demonstrate.
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.
These managers boast a good year and a great long-term record.
Strong returns and a history of closing funds make this a topnotch firm.
On Jan. 4, Morningstar presented its annual Fund Manager of the Year awards. The 2011 winners are ...
Plus, fund manager of the year's firm cancels IPO, and more.
These winners stayed on track in a year of head fakes.