These funds look better after taxes than a lot of funds before taxes.
J.P. Morgan, Strong, Federated, Bjurman, AIM, and others.
Lots of funds grabbed stocks from the retail bargain bin.
Windsor II, Wellington, and Growth & Income get Admiral Shares.
Strong, Selected Funds, State Street, Putnam, Kobrick, and Prudential.
Funds with below-average manager tenure did worse in bear market.
How did Berkshire Focus go from three to five stars in a month?
Fund manangers with more years at the helm have done better.
March saw $20 billion in outflows, but firms report April inflows.
Oakmark Select, Putnam, Delaware Investments, GAM, and Vanguard.
Court says fund family can't offer exchange-traded fund shares.
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Fidelity, Oppenheimer and others.
Nasdaq's strong month lifts some battered, and still risky, funds.
Vanguard's Gus Sauter makes besting his benchmark a habit.
Company trades places with Microsoft as their fortunes diverge.
Dodge & Cox, Vanguard, Invesco, Putnam, Strong, STI, and Domini.
Van Wagoner, Munder NetNet, and Berkshire Focus drop stars; American Funds are gainers.
Vanguard Capital Opportunity opens now, Primecap on April 23.
Pioneer, Alleghany, Putnam, RS, Numeric, Calvert, Vanguard and others.
Handle these focused offerings just like a specialty fund.
AXP, Fidelity, Evergreen, Nuveen, and others.
Stock-fund flows on pace for two-month losing streak.
A few funds that fall far short of his stringent standards.
Zero Gravity Internet, PBHG, iShares, Wells Fargo, Nations, and others.
Regulators shut down firm's high-yield municipal bond funds.
American Century, American Funds, and Pimco Innovation have sold some.
Some funds had a bumpier ride down than others Monday.
Tech funds lag financials by 100 percentage points over the past year.
Van Wagoner, Liberty Acorn, Putnam, Vanguard, Eaton Vance.
Vanguard tops the list, while Firsthand and Gabelli bring up the rear.
Firm imposes redemption fee on two international funds.
Gabelli, Janus, Nvest, John Hancock, E*Trade, and others.
Some offerings loaded up on tech stocks as the bear market roared.
Sales of bond and more-reserved stock funds pick up in February.
Turner, Artisan, IPS, PaineWebber, and American Century.
High-yield municipal-bond fund manager departs after less than five months.
Turner Investments to add three new value funds and a new bond offering.
Offerings even the hard-to-please indexing advocate might approve.
Janus, Fidelity, Putnam, Pioneer, Seligman, Barclays, MAS, and AMIDEX.
Fidelity Equity Income II manager Steve DuFour will run the offering.
Janus, Janus Venture, T. Rowe Price New Horizons, Fidelity Contrafund.
Junk bond rally fuels performance, but uncertainty looms.
New SEC rule requires funds to be more true to their names.
Even stars can't save some funds when their style is on the outs.
New share classes for qualified investors have lower expense ratios.
Showing after-tax returns will make tax-friendly funds look good.
Consolidation helps some funds with big food industry weightings.
Fremont, Firsthand Funds, Strong, E*Trade, Munder, and Kinetics.
Hewlett-Packard, Gateway drops could hit Davis and Legg Mason funds.
Value rally rewards an old stalwart's conservative convictions.