Look for good fundamentals, not hot streaks.
Stock returns since October 2007 have been flat, but these funds have been anything but.
T. Rowe Price readies an ultra-short bond fund, and David Resnick finally arrives at Third Avenue.
Our model portfolio continues to outpace the market.
High fees and low returns have made these stock funds poor long-term performers.
The S&P 500's long march to new highs has helped many core stock funds finally post gains since the index's last peak in October 2007, but not these.
Trailing returns can be misleading, so here's how to avoid getting burned.
A closer look at a dozen resurgent U.S.-stock funds.
Who's sticking around--and what does it mean for shareholders?