These proven offerings often choose steady-Eddie companies.
Three times leverage does not equal three times the return.
Daniel O'Keefe, manager of Artisan International Value and Artisan Global Value, says he's finding great companies at very attractive prices.
These funds aren't betting big on volatile developing economies.
Portfolio manager Bob Millen talks about the firms that have recently passed the Jensen Fund's strict standards.
In a lower-return environment, these funds should have a leg up on rivals.
These proven funds are bouncing back with a vengeance.
David Dreman fired from fund he's run for more than 20 years.
These funds are treading lightly in the dicey sector.
These funds should stand you in relatively good stead in tough times.
We think these funds are well-suited for potentially difficult times ahead.
If you've been burned by a hefty equity stake, check out these relatively safer havens.
How have the funds fared in the midst of stocks' carnage?
Can these funds go from the outhouse to the penthouse?
International Growth & Income holds promise.
A recent visit with Bill Miller reinforces our confidence.
Ideas for funds that could round out American's lineup.
Its equity funds are fairly tame, but its bond funds can require more patience.
American Funds' managers are sticking with their typically contrarian ways.
Be prepared for potential performance gyrations and continued changes.
These funds pack plenty of appeal right now.
A look at past and current recommendations.
A roundup of the shop's globe-trotting funds.
A year of returns and departures, as well as blowups in unexpected places.
Four ways to invest in a lineup of behemoths.
What these large blend hits and misses mean for investors.
Seeking out contrarian ideas in a red-hot fund family.
Why are these large-growth funds still lagging?
Good funds that can take the place of Smallcap World.
Three years after disclosing a market-timing deal, a settlement is reached.
A poor calendar-year showing is actually long overdue.
Some of these one-stop retirement offerings are way too expensive.
The firm's big stakes in mid-cap stocks raise liquidity issues.
A fast-growing fund niche gets three new categories of its own.
Firm also seeks approval to merge fund boards and streamline fees.
Lofty expenses and steep trading costs plague these offerings.
Portfolio manager says investors must focus on the long term.
Market-timing scandal leads Matrix to step back from association with Strong.