TRP has introduced two new funds: Credit Opportunities (PRCPX) and Asia Opportunities (TRAOX). I've been considering New Asia ( PRASX ) and am trying to figure out if TRAOX is a better option. Any opinions on these new funds?
Est Rl Ret PETAX N/A -70.7 15.6 86.3 -1 Legg Mason Opp LMOPX Neutral -71.2 14.1 85.3 None T. Rowe New Asia PRASX Bronze -68.0 16.5 84.5 +1 Fidelity Slct Engy Srv FSESX N/A 74.4 9.2 83.6 None Fidlty Intl Sm Cp Op FSCOX N
99% JKF 10.95% OAKBX 7.39% BUFMX 3.01% RQI 4.09% ETO 13.29% FBALX 6.86% FCNTX 7.00% FDIVX 7.00% FNARX 4.55% FSDIX 6.52% FSICX 4.06% PRCGX 2.57% PHD 7.69% SSHFX 3.02% PRASX 3.47% WAMVX 3.97%
I have 25% in RPSIX 5% PRASX 70% in PRWCX and TRMCX Given that FED's bond buying will come to an end (sooner or later), should I trim RPSIX? If so where
ray interpreter have limited usefulness because that do not analyze some very popular funds including DODGX, POGRX, POSKX, PRASX , PRNHX, PRWCX, and TRVLX. I want to know why these funds are not analyzed. Why don't you put a link to the Feedback Form
T . Rowe Price New Asia continues to be a solid international pick.
economies. Management is willing to significantly overweight countries or sectors abundant in such stocks. T . Rowe Price New Asia has real potential in its modified form. Anh Lu replaced longtime skipper Frances Dydasco this summer. Dydasco
Don't overreact to the fact that T . Rowe Price New Asia is on pace for the first bottom-quartile finish in its long history. Emerging Asia's markets have been quite volatile in the