Vanguard Total International Stock, Harbor International, and Causeway International Value are good choices for investors light on international exposure.
A handful of foreign large-cap names, many of them medalist funds, have outperformed in both up and down markets.
The data doesn't necessarily support the notion that investors have gotten religion about passive investing.
Data doesn’t necessarily support the notion that investors have gotten religion about passive investing.
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.
If you think this story sounds familiar, you're absolutely right.
In part three of our series, we examine how some of the biggest overseas large-cap funds stack up on the 'active share' measure.
We take a look at foreign large-blend funds that bear little resemblance to the benchmark MSCI EAFE index.
A big price tag keeps one fund in Neutral territory despite its pedigree, while two small-cap funds get Silver ratings.
Investors looking for diversified foreign large-cap funds that have an overweighting in the country should consider these names.