Investors looking to gauge a fund's interest-rate sensitivity need to look past duration.
There's reason for continued optimism as Harbor Bond Fund's subadvisor PIMCO settles into a new era.
Over the last year, we found that bond funds were less sensitive to rates than their reported durations would suggest.
Corporate executives who huckster their stocks rather than run their businesses are a bigger concern than high-frequency trading.
Is the conventional wisdom wise?
Safety and stability are the hallmarks of this Bronze-rated fund.
We update the performance--and make one small adjustment--to our middle-of-the-road portfolio.
Investors are keeping the faith in actively managed bond funds but using index products almost everywhere else.
We revisit and make a modification to our portfolio for those with shorter time horizons.
There is no easy answer.