Longleaf Partners fund took advantage of "absurd cheapness" in Japan.
For some offerings, the offbeat has lost its allure.
Longleaf Partners International took advantage of "absurd cheapness."
A shocking retirement, an unusual Vanguard move, and the scandals.
Move prompted by decision of fund's subadvisor to stop taking new accounts.
High costs, poor performance, lax ethics should spur tough questions.
Don't jump ship without good cause.
Wall Street layoffs are leaving the small-cap field wide open.
Some funds are attractive even without a long track record.
Regular checkups ensure the funds you elected are doing a good job.
We examine how the funds have fared since Holowesko's departure.
Fair-value pricing solves some problems, but raises others.
We're sticking with these long-term winners.
These managers aren't afraid to go their own way.
T. Rowe Price Media & Telecom makes full use of its freedom.
For short-term bets or longer commitments, this fund's worth a look.
Beware of ads touting short-term performance.
The dartboard method could foil the index huggers.
Whether recent returns look wonderful or woeful, put them in context.
T. Rowe fund can add a small-growth kick to your core foreign funds.
Are the fund giant's own policies prompting some managers to leave?
Just as funds can change their stripes, so can entire categories.
Don't expect a compact portfolio just because the name implies one.
Don't pine for a late-1990s revival.
Even an accurate prediction of market trends can lead you astray.
T. Rowe Price Japan shunted from list.
Concentration has paid off for this trio in the past year.
Vanguard International Growth hands $1 billion to new subadvisor.
Proposal would postpone taxes on capital gains distributions.
These once-mighty offerings are in dire need of a revival.
Great 2002 performance is not its only attribute.
How emerging-markets funds weathered a potentially devastating storm.
Events at Janus and Schroder top the list.
Unusual market climate has created misleading numbers for stock funds.
A plea for more candor and less jargon in managers' messages.
Should you worry if you see bonds sneaking into your equity funds?
And what you should do if you own one of them.
A Vanguard fund's new subadvisor hasn't turned things around.
Too much volatility from this tech lover.
Ordinary investors may suffer from Muresianu's departure, however.
Scudder funds endure sweeping manager changes after Deutsche takeover.
Sleep well at night by deciding what you don't need to own.
For one thing, he's much too candid.
Fidelity, Janus, and gold all make the list.
Power-broker list shows little evidence of tech-bubble frenzy.
A fund doesn't deserve respect solely because of its age.
Julius Baer International Equity makes the list.
Flexibility gives this former Janus growth manager an edge.
Manager change at Scudder's Japan Fund prompts a change.
Big-Time fund managers take on corporate executives.