There are bargains aplenty in the mutual fund world.
Assets remain low, but interest abounds, and a game-changer is ahead.
It's been a rocky year for shareholders of Bill Gross' former CEFs, despite solid performance from the new management team; PIMCO High Income's shares have fallen 26% this year through September.
Investors are keeping the faith in actively managed bond funds but using index products almost everywhere else.
Recent sales underscore the perils of timing interest-rate changes--and the virtue of patience.
Morningstar's Russ Kinnel discusses what impact outflows and inflows are having on Fidelity Contrafund, PIMCO Total Return, MetWest Total Return, and Dodge & Cox Income.
Funds investing in Treasuries and long-duration bonds were winners, high-yield was mixed, and foreign-currency exposure hurt as the dollar gained.
One T. Rowe fund is out, but PIMCO-managed funds are staying put despite manager changes.
Ivy High Income's recent manager turnover and Templeton Developing Markets' long-deteriorating performance have led to downgrades, says Morningstar's Russ Kinnel.