Funds that held up better than their peers in 2008 soon may not compare as favorably, as five-year returns move forward.
T. Rowe Price to close New Horizons to most new investors, Vanguard's fixed-income group head to retire in March, Columbia Wanger's Chuck McQuaid to step down as CIO and Columbia Acorn comanager, and some tragic news at First Eagle.
These categories tend not to pop up in most plain-vanilla portfolios, but that doesn't mean they all help diversify.
We take a look at foreign large-blend funds that bear little resemblance to the benchmark MSCI EAFE index.
It's not a simple story.
After a strong six months for stocks, have those who can raise cash done it?
The new category's roster contains many intriguing options.
These funds may be young or small, but they have lots of potential.
On May 1, two new Morningstar international fund categories appeared on the scene: foreign small/mid-blend and India equity.
Should you stay or should you go?