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  1. Yes, There Are Good Active Funds

    The average active fund is a loser. So, don’t buy the average active fund.

  2. Can Janus' Core Funds Keep Up With its Ambition?

    The firm is attempting to turn things around at its largest segment.

  3. Can Janus' Core Funds Keep Up With its Ambition?

    The firm is attempting to turn things around at its largest segment.

  4. BBH Rolls Out Its First Mutual Fund Since 2002

    Brown Brothers Harriman launches a concentrated large-blend fund investing in U.S. and foreign stocks; Vanguard reopens its Capital Opportunity fund to individual investors; Franklin Templeton rolls out an emerging-markets bond fund; USAA seeks permission to create actively managed ETFs; and ...

  5. A Young Retiree's Portfolio Grows Up

    This investor needed help transitioning a stock-heavy portfolio to a more age-appropriate asset allocation.

  6. RiverSource to Buy Seligman

    Plus, changes at Evergreen, Janus, and more.

  7. Fund Times: Waddell & Reed to Pay $77 Million in Settlement

    Plus, news on Washington Mutual, Comerica, Vanguard, Fidelity, and more.

  8. Fund Times: Oakmark Managers Reflect on 2005 and Beyond

    Plus, news on Fidelity, Gabelli, SunAmerica, Artisan, TIAA-CREF, more.

  9. Janus' Third Strike

    Investors should consider moving their Janus investments elsewhere.

  10. Janus' Third Strike

    We think that the Janus fund family does not deserve investors' confidence. As has been splashed across the financial press over the past week, Janus, in addition to several other prominent asset managers, has been implicated in what is arguably the mutual fund industry's worst scandal ever. New ...

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