Picks in three categories for the contrarian investor.
There are more safeguards than you think.
A look at which funds took it on the chin and which remained unscathed.
Energy-related sector funds aren't the only ones taking a hit.
Too much of a good thing.
What I own and why.
Looking at some under-the-radar fund ratings.
Evaluating manager changes at funds from T. Rowe Price, Vanguard, and more.
It already settled with one firm in a recent sweep examining sub-transfer-agency fees, but there may be others.
Funds with big industrial and energy stakes that may be on Warren's wavelength.
It's a plan loaded with good long-term options.
These Morningstar Medalists are among our favorites.
Performance has been all over the map in 2015.
Morningstar Director of Fund Research Russ Kinnel puts today's market activity into perspective.
Only 50 of 8,000 funds passed all my tests.
Why investors get less than their funds' total return.
Most of Morningstar's top Medalists are shining in a pack of broad returns.
I look at the highlights and lowlights in equityland.
Should you hold on or bail?
Many of these funds are gaining investors who are fleeing PIMCO Total Return.
You can get into these great funds if you really want to.
These portfolio managers once had more than $1 million invested in their funds; now they have nothing.
A long-running bull market means great returns and a growing tax burden.
Energy and equity weightings told the tale in recent years.
Having multiple subadvisors makes investing a little trickier, but it's still worthwhile.
Higher levels of manager investment are a good sign.
Looking back at a difficult 12 months for some of our favorite emerging-markets funds.
For a change, we have more upgrades than downgrades.
Cash is not trash.
Funds for the cautious investor.
Manager transitions and deteriorating performances are behind these lower Analyst Ratings.