The behemoths of the fund world were unshaken during a rough year.
We pick the cream of the crop among foreign managers.
American, Pioneer, FPA. Fidelity, and Dodge & Cox are in the running.
Unearthing the hidden records of nine-year-old funds.
Only American Funds was unscathed by paying up for trading profits.
An ugly year left slim pickings among new fund launches.
Complexity can be rewarding--sometimes.
PIMCO, Clipper, and Tweedy Browne continue to put up great results.
Dullness can be a virtue.
An owner's manual for America's biggest actively managed fund.
The lowdown on buying muni-bond funds.
Three burning questions for the fund industry.
Value funds fared surprisingly poorly in past bear markets.
Airplane manufacturer still appeals to some.
New funds are polar opposites.
How the biggest firms' bond funds have fared during the down market.
Examining the worst losses at Fidelity, Vanguard, and American.
Proceeds from Janus sale provide a unique opportunity.
Active management for index prices.
Tiny stocks produce big returns for these funds.
Stock Selector Gets new manager, will use fundamental strategy.
Little known Calamos Growth in the top spot.
High yield may actually be cheap.
Rubles or Swiss francs: You make the call.
It's time to upgrade that portfolio.
A few funds to consider while the market rebounds.
In the shadow of the bear, media stocks weigh on some big funds.
Renewed research efforts bear fruit.
Pioneering growth manager among the missing.
Managers own up to mistakes, but plan to ride out challenging market.
America's best low-turnover funds.
What's on fund analysts' shopping lists?
Patience is key.
Inflows swell small-value funds to capacity
Some long-running streaks are in danger.
Foot in Mouth Funds Inc.
"Unbalanced" funds lose their shirts.
Are fleeing investors making a smart move?
NASCAR-related stocks look like a deal.
A fund investor's bill of rights.
This cutting-edge fund got cut to pieces.
Cambiar Opportunity celebrates great three-year record with divorce.
Let your refund make a difference.
Tax bills mount for winning value funds.
Lower minimums, no loads for great managers.
How to play a sell-off of the dollar.
How to play a rebound in mega-caps.
Value guys clean up overseas.
Jack Bogle has spent 50 years teaching people how to invest in funds.
These folks are well ahead of the average stock fund.