Investors looking for managers who ignore the S&P 500 should consider these names.
Management changes at Fidelity funds, a new CIO at D.E. Shaw, TIAA-CREF rolls out a new international fund, a Gold-rated FMI fund to close, and more.
A promotion at Heartland Advisors, former Fidelity Magellan PM Jeffrey Vinik to shutter his hedge fund, and Southeastern readies another proxy fight.
A PIMCO Ginnie Mae manager departs, Fidelity to merge away two funds, and more Vanguard fund expense ratios come down.
Shareholders rank high at this boutique.
Plus, Vanguard's new bond index funds and ETFs and Morgan Stanley reopens a star manager's funds after he leaves.
If you believe success in today's stock market demands selectivity, these fund managers have proven they can deliver, says Morningstar's director of personal finance.