The current approach to levying fees is outmoded and in need of change.
Which funds in the family show signs of strain due to assets.
For more than two decades, Gold-rated FPA Crescent's eclectic, contrarian style delivers equitylike returns with less risk than the stock market.
Over the next decade, $1 trillion could leave actively managed funds, a lethal amount for hundreds of firms.
The benefits (and limitations) of paying funds based on their performances.
Why the winners will keep winning.
Look for good fundamentals, not hot streaks.
Investors are keeping the faith in actively managed bond funds but using index products almost everywhere else.
Some readers employ performance-based rules, while others focus on fund and portfolio fundamentals.
Oakmark's investing-centric corporate culture is solid, but lower fees would be welcome.