New fund to launch at the end of May.
Oppenheimer Quest Opportunity Value: Performance update.
Mercury HW Small Value's deep-value portfolio thrives as tech tumbles.
Wachovia Special Values manager finds bargains in tech rubble.
Moderate approach limits losses at Janus Balanced, Equity-Income in 2001.
Janus Growth & Income's moderate approach pays off in iffy tech market.
Strong stock selection and good timing puts Calvert Social Investment Equity ahead once again.
It's struggling this year, but T. Rowe Price Small-Cap Stock kept its second-quartile streak alive in 2000.
The fund giant also picked up fiber-optic companies, value names.
Move adds to Janus' expanding value lineup.
Despite glimmers of hope, Seligman Frontier is not out of the woods yet.
FPA Perennial ends year about average, while Paramount gains ground
Fund's mild-mannered approach pays off in spades so far this year.
Tech-tied portfolio hurt in 2000's Nasdaq wreck.
Fund finishes 2000 in middle of the pack.
Manager Jim Goff sticks to his aggressive guns.
Fund buys less-aggressive stocks, but it's still racy.
Domini Social Equity's growth leanings put a dent in its 2000 return.
Switch at fund follows good year.
Technology takes its toll on T. Rowe Price New America Growth in 2000.
Tremendous volatility continues for this offering.
Managers add outside of tech to help Citizens Emerging Growth withstand 2000's rough market.
Foreign, high-yield stakes help sink returns.
Tech, media stocks take toll on 2000 returns.
Big tech exposure weighed on returns in 2000.
Diversified portfolio pays off for Jamestown Balanced in 2000.
Dramatic downturn in performance is also a break from the norm.
But fund's financials turn in strong showing.
Energy, financials holdings lead fund to strong year.
Managers go bottom-fishing in the tech sector.
Low-P/E, diversified portfolio pays off.
Energy, financials keep it competitive in 2000.
This fund suffered during the go-go market of 1998 and 1999, but it's in some of the market's favorite spots this year.
A newly aggressive look didn't help much in 2000.
This offering used to be one of the most staid value funds out there, but recent changes have revved it up a bit.
Big tech weightings, focus on mega-caps can cut both ways.
Social firm acquires tiny but strong-performing fund.
Souped-up returns might be enticing, but look before you leap.
But they're still losing the war.
Low-cost, international, and small-cap entrants expand the SRI field.
It would become part of a vastly different offering.
If you're tired of the tech roller-coaster ride, get off here.
Quasar manager was at the helm for only a few weeks.
It's out with the old subadvisor and in with the new at SEI Institutional Managed Small-Cap Growth.