Who's in front heading 'round the bend?
We've improved in four of five broad asset classes since 2007.
Boring balanced funds plus one bold allocation manager rule the roost this year.
Active share shows whether a portfolio is an index-hugger or a maverick.
We test the ability of expense ratios and star ratings to predict funds that will survive and beat their peers.
Big shifts from Fidelity Dividend Growth and Fairholme.
The SEC takes aim at some big mutual fund problems.
They could invest anywhere, but here's what they chose.
What our upside-downside capture ratios reveal.
Great new tools to help you know what you own.
Some fund shops were consistent leaders or laggards.
Is it a contrarian signal?
These duds might be cruising for a bruising.
Supreme Court ruling means aggrieved investors' best option is voting with their feet.
So many tax-inefficient funds, so little space.
Save time by knowing whether you can get into these mutual funds.
AIM board chairman Bruce Crockett tells us what goes on at AIM's board meetings.
Turner Investment Partners' David Kovacs on the complications of asset bloat and Turner's asset capacity estimates for different types of funds.
Turner Investment Partners' David Kovacs on the role of change in the firm's quantitative fund models.
These keepers have closed before, so don't dawdle.
Which funds had the biggest cuts and increases in expense ratios?
A seven-point checklist for making money in a treacherous arena.
Two focused bond funds look more like stock funds.
Subadvisors and fund companies can make beautiful music together.
Great managers and low costs are available even overseas.
Searching for good funds where the managers are not named Will or Joel.
It pays to go against the grain.
Why fund directors are box-checkers rather than leaders.
The last decade was a bucking bronco that threw off many investors.
Don't overlook these five funds just because previous managers had poor performance.
Don't give up on your money market fund.
Know your fund's tax position before you buy.
They're not hot performers, just funds that have gradually built strong records.
Fifteen great nominees compete for three awards.
Which mutual funds make our list?
The Morningstar Rating for funds worked well in some years and poorly in others.
Some chefs hate their own cooking.
Two happy surprises and two disappointments.
Seven intriguing new funds to add to your watch list.
See which funds recently passed the Fund Spy quantitative tests.
Morningstar Investor Returns reveal who has earned better returns in this decade.
Berkowitz expands into fixed income.
Let us know who deserves the award.
Author of Think Twice offers advice on investors and investments.
Volatile funds push all the wrong emotional buttons.
Which funds got upgrades and which got downgrades?
Drill straight to the good stuff.
PIMCO and MFS break from the pack.