Handholding devices range from survival guides to gurus.
Fund family reorganizes its Aspen offerings.
Gap narrows between aggressive-growth, value offerings.
Legal woes trigger sell-off in high-priced tech issues.
StockJungle.com's loss leader leads nowhere.
Growth, tech offerings lead way after record February.
Monument Funds Group taps Daiwa exec Grandhi to succeed Cheung.
Institutional manager GMO will join existing team.
Initial offering gets Internet Strategies Fund off to a big start.
Bond-fund investors who lost money in peso crisis will benefit.
They predict Internet will claim 19% of fund sales in five years.
The fund family starts a venture capital arm to make strategic investments.
Their sites have failed to boost distribution much, study says.
New offering would help keep investors' rate of return from eroding.
Program will link participants with a planner.
Led by Janus family, February looks like best month ever.
Despite record Dow surge, value stocks are way behind growth.
Scudder adds fees, and American Express dumps no-load funds.
Proposed rules would make firms include data in shareholder reports.
Islamic funds set sights on U.S. market.
Woman who called the 1987 market crash but fizzled as a fund manager gets tapped to run Forward Equity.
Despite an up-and-down stock market, industry data show that investors poured money into equity funds during January and February.
The question was how low would Vanguard go when it unveiled plans for low-cost Social Index fund. Now we know.
Brokerage rolls out more funds for star stock-picker James McCall.
Online broker E*Trade tries to broaded its appeal to mutual fund investors with an index fund tied to the Dow Jones Global Titans Index.
Last year was one of haves and have nots for mutual-fund companies. If you had tech and growth stocks, you most likely had new cash come in. If you didn't, you watched assets flee.
If you're the type of speculator who likes to go long on the S&P 500 index in the morning and short it in the afternoon, Rydex has some new funds for you.
Fidelity Investments caps a week of big changes with even more changes.
SEC chairman Arthur Levitt said the agency will review mutual fund marketing claims.
SSgA Funds plans to retool its S&P 500 index offering to lower its expenses below the 0.18% charged by the Vanguard 500 Index fund.
Erin Sullivan, manager of one of Fidelity Investments' most popular mutual funds, leaves to become an entrepreneur.
AIM named a new management team for the fund in an effort to consolidate resources.
Faced with sluggish growth, the parent company of Pioneer Funds considers a sale or merger.
As many predicted when they merged last year, Fleet Financial and BankBoston will consolidate their mutual fund operations.
Janus will team with Nomura Securities to sell two of its most popular funds in Japan.
Fund companies volunteer aftertax return estimates on the Web as Congress and the SEC consider making such disclosures mandatory.
Scudder Kemper Investments plans to overhaul its selection of funds, merging its AARP and Scudder Funds to reduce costs and attract assets.
Mutual-fund managers were rooting for Pfizer to prevail in the takeover battle; they got what they wanted and now say the new company will be a must-own stock.
T. Rowe Price, one of the few companies that had resisted imposing 12b-1 fees, says it will create a class of shares carrying those charges for 10 of its funds.
But the mutual fund giant is still far behind market leader Charles Schwab.
Neuberger Berman is jumping on the tech-fund train to round out its offerings and retain investors.
Fund shop leverages the expertise of three international managers lured from Nicholas-Applegate by starting a global technology fund.
Tom Marsico's nascent fund family opened the first fund not run by the company's founder.
The pilot of Vanguard's index funds, Gus Sauter, talks about beating the S&P 500, active management, and respect.
In the wake of criticism over the way it determined the asset values of its bank-loan funds, the company says it will start using a pricing method that pays closer attention to the market.
Janus begins accepting checks for its new Strategic Value fund Monday, 15 years after its first, ill-fated attempt at running a fund for beaten-down stocks.
Janus Capital used an unusual private placement to increase its funds' stake in Internet health information company Healtheon/WebMD to 10%.
Fidelity Investments executive decides to spend more time with his family and invest in startup companies.
Manager James Goff said Janus may close his popular Janus Enterprise Fund, which is approaching $6 billion in assets.
Looking back on a year in which 177 mutual funds posted triple-digit returns, the Securities Exchange Commission says investors shouldn't expect assets to double every year.