overpriced assets. Charles de Vaulx and Chuck de Lardemelle at IVA Worldwide IVWAX are a perfect example. Senior analyst Gregg Wolper reports that the pair is loath to overpay for merchandise--whether U.S. or foreign stocks, bonds, or gold
Gregg Wolper : The Medalist of the Week is [TICKER:DODFX] Dodge & Cox International Fund (DODFX). Now on the surface, this might look
investors aim to erase, or at least reduce, foreign-currency effects using a technique called hedging. Senior analyst Gregg Wolper explores the details of currency hedging in this article . Here are the pros and cons of incorporating hedging into
ranking is merely middling now, obscuring its fine showing during the financial crisis. Morningstar senior analyst Gregg Wolper chalks up that performance pattern to this fund's conservative--and somewhat unusual--positioning. In contrast
been greatly exaggerated. Writes Morningstar’s Gregg Wolper , "Your American Funds example [I had pointed out ..... opposed to purchasing an average. (Morningstar’s Gregg Wolper says the same.) Writes Don, "I don't refer to
Gregg Wolper : The Medalist of the Week is [TICKER:NBIIX] Neuberger Berman International Equity Fund. This fund is unusual in three main
Gregg Wolper : Hello, I'm Gregg Wolper , senior fund analyst at Morningstar. I'm here at the Morningstar Investment Conference ..... Conference on a major panel. For Morningstar at the Morningstar Investment Conference, this is Gregg Wolper .
75 0.84 High 6,742 2.6 + Stock Price and Morningstar Rating data as of 06-12-14. Morningstar fund analyst Gregg Wolper notes that Sound Shore's managers try to hold down risk but are willing to step in when trouble creates a buying opportunity
4% annualized return has beaten the Russell 1000 Growth Index by nearly 2 percentage points. Senior fund analysts Gregg Wolper , Janet Yang, Katie Reichart, and Laura Lallos contributed to this Fund Spy.
strong history of navigating emerging markets would be complete without this stalwart. Morningstar senior fund analyst Gregg Wolper notes that there's nothing extraordinary about the managers' value-oriented stock-picking approach on its face