Most still lose money, but have held up better than their peers.
Mid-Cap manager Felman leaves Fidelity for New York hedge fund.
This is one time when you might want to brag about a 23% loss.
Tech investors put on their rally caps.
Smaller-cap stocks limit the fund's losses in 2001.
Retail, tech-related names have keyed a strong 2001 start.
Fund defies skeptics by holding up well in this year's down market.
But manager Bettina Doulton still has a ways to go to make up for a dreadful 2000.
Sun casts a shadow over tech stocks.
Sticking with pure-play Net firms, Jacob doesn't plan to close fund.
Buoyant equity markets prompted a buying spree.
Well-timed move into tech boosts Fidelity Dividend Growth, Advisor Dividend Growth.
The old economy says stop, the new economy says go.
Financials, retail get big play, while some big-cap tech gets the boot.
Portfolio holdings could be disclosed to investors more frequently.
Large Cap Stock, Advisor Large Cap Stock hold up well in difficult environment.
Conoco, Burlington Resources, Motorola among recent additions.
Fund is narrowly ahead of S&P 500 through mid-May 2000.
Goodbye, tech rally. We hardly knew ye.
Tech, services, and retail boost the fund.
A low stock weighting has paid off for Fidelity Asset Manager: Growth.
In early 2001, losing less than the S&P 500 is a win.
Tech, biotech stocks take a toll on the fund's returns.
Staid portfolio holds up well in the market downturn.
Fidelity Fund 2001 performance update.
His move incites manager changes at PBHG's Tech, Core Growth funds.
Honestly, things could have been worse for these Vanguard funds.
New manager's tilt toward value likely helped in early 2001.
Fixed-income component saves the day for Fidelity Asset Manager: Income in late 2000, early 2001.
Most of Vanguard Capital Opportunity Fund's rivals would need binoculars to see it.
After shining in 2000's fourth quarter, Fidelity Growth & Income stumbles a bit.
Brokerages and asset managers falter in early 2001.
Most managers weren't touching this stock with a 10-foot pole.
Soon after Warren Buffett bought into USG, Nygren heads for the door.
Fidelity Dividend Growth Fund's manager's eschewal of tech pays off in late 2000, early 2001.
After lagging, bank stocks stage a rally, boosting John Hancock Regional Bank Fund.
Biotech, Internet-infrastructure bets turn sour.
Stock plunges in after-hours trading, hitting large-growth funds hard.
Surprise! This fund's Internet holdings have gotten pummeled.
PBHG Core Growth kept ticking--then it exploded.
When other tech funds caught a cold, PBHG Technology & Communications got pneumonia.
An ill-timed foray into the tech sector hurt Fidelity Advisor Balanced's returns.
Noted managers also stick with a big bet on technology shares.
For Fidelity Advisor Growth & Income, things might have been a lot worse.
A handful of big losers took a toll on the fund's returns.
A slug of financials and lack of tech make for a very good year at Vanguard Value Index.
Attention to valuations is a plus in this market.
But if you can't spare $5 million to get in, forget it.
Again and again, Fidelity Low-Priced Stock beats its competition.
Bettina Doulton is off to a tough start at Fidelity Advisor Growth Opportunities Fund.