The moves are aimed at simplifying investing and lowering costs. These changes offer a win-win scenario for Vanguard investors.
Some readers employ performance-based rules, while others focus on fund and portfolio fundamentals.
A PIMCO Ginnie Mae manager departs, Fidelity to merge away two funds, and more Vanguard fund expense ratios come down.
Plus, Putnam's nixed merger, Mutual Series turns 60, and another shop cuts B shares.
We've improved in four of five broad asset classes since 2007.
Our results are good, but we're always aiming to improve.
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Which funds had the biggest cuts and increases in expense ratios?
Longtime manager will remain as Legg Mason Capital Management's chairman.
How do Vanguard's actively managed funds stack up against its index funds?