Our top managers continue to focus on higher-quality businesses rather than seeking out bargains in a market that (in many of their minds) has become fully valued.
During the past decade they've outperformed the S&P 500 whether the index has gained or lost value.
Our top managers continue to find attractive buying opportunities in wide-moat firms.
While a majority of our top fund managers are outperforming this year, five of them truly stand out from the rest given their ability to outperform the market over all time periods.
More volatile equity markets impact the buying and selling activity of our top managers.
Our managers are still finding attractive opportunities in a more richly valued market.
Interest in Apple is heating up as the price falls, but how deep is the conviction?
Increased investor inflows and portfolio reshuffling (driven in part by a fairly valued market), has added breadth to the high-conviction and new-money purchases we've seen so far from our top managers.
Why they're struggling, and why it's not time to panic.
These managers aren't as popular as they should be.