Diana Strandberg, a portfolio manager with Dodge & Cox International and Dodge & Cox Global, says hedging has allowed the team to mitigate currency risk so they can focus more on individual companies.
Dodge & Cox's Diana Strandberg says the current environment highlights just how difficult it is to time market cycles, highlighting the importance of persistance with stock picks.
Vanguard founder and former chairman Jack Bogle says the catastrophic economic consequences of the current downtown have caused Main Street acute pain at the hands of Wall Street.
The Vanguard founder and former chairman addresses the notion that buy and hold is dead.
The Vanguard founder and former chairman says today's metrics are the most difficult he's seen in his career.
The Vanguard founder and former chairman discusses some of the problems with recent allocation investments and how investors should approach risk and return.
Vanguard founder and former chairman Jack Bogle on how the fund industry can improve and how investors can help themselves
Selected and Clipper fund manager Christopher Davis on the issues surrounding salary caps and the role of funds in policing corporate governance.
Selected, Davis, and Clipper fund manager Christopher Davis says some financials may trade down in the near term, but still look compelling over a longer-term horizon.
Clipper fund manager Christopher Davis says the recent downturn offered a rare opportunity to buy high-quality firms that can weather the harshest environments.
Selected and Clipper fund manager Christopher Davis says extreme market volatility has led to more turnover as security prices and values diverged, but it has not damaged the idea of long-term investing.
Reports that the family has made a $5 billion bid for iShares would not sit well with the founder.
The Selected and Clipper manager reflects on the notion that you make most of your money in a bear market, you just don't realize it at the time.
There's nothing to fear from the family bringing its brokerage clearing services in-house.
Falling assets lead to higher fees at some funds, but they're still cheap.
A chat with one of the architects of Vanguard's Target Retirement Funds.
Active managers haven't done much better than their benchmarks during the bear market.
It adopted a momentum manager when it was hot and fired him when he was not. But is that so wrong?
These four funds may be out of favor, but their fundamentals remain intact.
Also some advice on how to avoid buying the distribution this year.
Most have fallen hard, but still less than most of their peers.
The venerable value investing shop has made some costly mistakes, but it can recover.
A conversation with Vanguard's new leader.
How long can Vanguard's new Managed Payout Funds return capital to shareholders?
Plus, PIMCO's new fund, Morgan Stanley's mortgage-bond team shakeup, and more.
Should you be concerned about these six changes to Vanguard actively managed funds?
A look back at the tenure of Vanguard's soon-to-be former CEO.
Where Income Fund manager Tom Dugan sees opportunity. (5/16/2008)
Fund manager Tom Dugan on good investments disguised as train wrecks. (5/16/2008)
Vanguard's innovative endowments for the little guy are open for business.
We weigh the relative merits of some of our favorite recently reopened funds.
Datapoints that make you think twice about some Vanguard funds.
Some prominent and respected managers are caught holding the bag.
The recent spate of changes doesn't mean its time to man the lifeboats.
Fund firm picks the head of its institutional business to succeed Brennan.
Global fund will draw on firm's team- and value-oriented philosophy.
Dodge & Cox Stock and Dodge & Cox Balanced reopen to take advantage of opportunities.
Some ideas for building long-term portfolios using Vanguard's active and index funds.
A look at 2007's new funds, managers, developments, and performance.
Vanguard should launch its new Managed Payout Funds this month and, with them, a mystery.
The family's CEO talks about new index funds, ETFs, and his 91st birthday party.
Balance, diversification, and sobriety have helped these funds hold up well in rough times.
It was all about heavy metal in the first six months of this year.
Some eyebrow-raising statistics about ETF growth, expenses, portfolios, and managers.
Vanguard seeks approval to offer ETF shares for its actively managed TIPS fund.
Exchange-traded funds still seem like something from another planet to some. Here's a primer.
Vanguard and State Street's two total international-stock funds look solid.
A look at some compelling new options that could be available this year.
Expect the unexpected when looking at narrow ETF portfolios.
When good choices are limited in these categories, consider these ETFs.