|Last Price$44.24||Day Change (%)0.82%|
|Open Price$44.24||Day Change ($)0.36|
|Day Range44.24–44.24||52-Week Range40.98–47.55|
As of Wed 04/01/2015 | USD
Their near-term results look terrible, but their unloved holdings could be due for a comeback.
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.
Success starts with teamwork for this year's winners.
Although some prominent foreign-stock funds have closed, solid choices remain available for investors looking to globalize their portfolios, says Morningstar's Russ Kinnel.
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.
High level of inflows leads firm to take action.
A tough year for foreign markets and currencies yields a compact field.
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.
Dodge & Cox International and a handful of Primecap-managed funds offer low costs, stable management, as well as a clear and consistent strategy, says Morningstar's director of fund research.
Gold-rated Dodge & Cox International picks stocks when they're out of favor and holds them for years--a strategy that has paid off for long-term investors.