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These intermediate-term bond funds have grown the most as PIMCO's flagship has shrunk.
Here are a few fixed-income prospects to watch.
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Morningstar's Christine Benz walks investors through the basics of setting up and maintaining a 'bucket' retirement portfolio, including some of her favorite funds for retirees.
Many of these funds are gaining investors who are fleeing PIMCO Total Return.
Low-cost bond funds like Vanguard GNMA, Fidelity Intermediate Muni Income, and Dodge & Cox Income can provide much-needed diversification to an equity-heavy portfolio, says Morningstar's Russ Kinnel.
Morningstar's Russ Kinnel discusses what impact outflows and inflows are having on Fidelity Contrafund, PIMCO Total Return, MetWest Total Return, and Dodge & Cox Income.
A handful of funds have gotten all the love in the wake of Bill Gross' departure from PIMCO, but investors can widen their scope.
International-equity funds--particularly currency-hedged funds--were the biggest beneficiaries of new investor dollars in March, continuing a broader trend over the last several years.
Early indications suggest DoubleLine, Metropolitan West, and Dodge & Cox may be benefiting from Bill Gross' departure.