FSICX Multisector Bond 2% Oakmark Global OAKGX World Stock 4% Dodge & Cox Stock DODGX Large Value 2% Fidelity New Mkts Inc FNMIX Emerg Mkts Bond 2% T. Rowe Cap Apprec PRWCX Mod Allocation 1% Templeton Global Bd TPINX World Bond 2% FPA Crescent FPACX
than 5% loss before I get out. Here are the funds: multi sector Pimix, Fsicx intermediate term Pigix, Mwtrx, Pttrx, Tglmx Emerging market Fnmix , Tgeix Bank loans Oosyx, Lsfyx Short term Prwbx, Laldx I'd appreciate your feedback.
95 78.08 — — Category: MU 150.19 -185.96 107.75 -23.39 123.34 124.99 112.38 82.06 85.83 67.73 FNMIX 219.69 -89.99 146.93 -38.99 198.59 209.68 196.48 143.49 132.95 32.69 PONDX 305.37 -424.60 195.31 -100
ftbfx) 8% Fid strat income(fsicx) 5% Fid float rate hi inc(ffrhx) 2% Fid Hi inc(sphix) 2% Fid new markets inc( fnmix ) 2% Fid strat div and inc(fsdix) 1% Fid small cap disc(fscrx) 1% Well that's it-what do you think ?
In Portfolio Manager under X-Ray Details, "STOCK Style", Fidelity New Markets INCOME , FNMIX , is listed as 100% large cap STOCKS, which is obviously incorrect, yet in the Fund Profile, under Asset Allocation, it is
kiplinger.com/tool/investing/T041-S000-kiplingers-25-favorite-fund/index.php I own 5 of 25: FLPSX, MAPIX, FNMIX , HABDX [actually, retail PTTDX], VFSTX. How the 2012 list performed? http://kiplinger.com/article/investing
The S&P's Lead! Guess Not this yr.. TGEIX +1.90% FNMIX a Measly +0.41% and Templetons TEI is Really Lagging at ..... Gold, right? LOL TGEIX has a historical 3.5% per Qtr Ave. FNMIX is 3.4% per qtr So they better Get On the Stick and Catch
hard-currency-focused funds have also attracted plenty of new money in recent years--the $7.1 billion Fidelity New Markets Income FNMIX and $7.5 billion MFS Emerging Markets Debt MEDAX have continued to receive some of the highest levels
Divers Pacific/Asia 2% Templeton Glbl Bd TPINX World Bond 0% PRIMECAP Odysy Gr POGRX Large Growth 7% Fidelity New Mkts Inc FNMIX Emerg Mkts Bond -1% Vanguard Cap Opp VHCOX Large Growth 6% Dodge & Cox Intl Stk DODFX Foreign Lg Blend 1% Vanguard PRIMECAP
a compelling argument for allocating a significant portion of one's FI portfolio to EM bonds in $US (e.g., DBLEX or FNMIX )? Insurance companies and pension funds are looking to double their investment in emerging market bonds from about 4% of