Top managers continue to exercise a lot of patience as they look for buying opportunities in a U.S. equity market that has risen close to 40% since the start of 2013.
A group of top managers continue to keep looking for good investment opportunities, while taking full advantage of a rising (and potentially overvalued) market to book some gains.
Assessing growth as a component of value is a guiding principle that can lead to opportunities in different areas of the market, says Davis Selected Advisers manager Chris Davis.
The situation is complex, but ultimately we think investors shouldn't be overly concerned.
While a majority of our top fund managers are outperforming this year, five of them truly stand out from the rest given their ability to outperform the market over all time periods.
The fund is more diversified than in years past, but no less focused on quality and the long term.
These managers were stalwarts in a horrific market.
It's been a little over three years since we launched the Morningstar Rating for stocks, and it's time for another performance review. In a nutshell, we're still doing a solid job of helping investors find undervalued stocks that can be held for the long haul. There's still some room for ...
A terrible 2006 rank doesn't mean a manager has lost his touch.