Vanguard, Brandywine, Rydex, Bridgeway, Analysts, StockJungle.
Friess Associates says it will keep its independence.
Gimmicky offering closes as performance suffers and assets flee.
AIM, Fidelity, and Orbitex.
Firm says the universe of investment opportunities has expanded.
PBHG, Barclays, Causeway Capital, State Street, Janus, Oakmark.
Fund manager bought Office Depot before Berkshire Hathaway.
Davis, E*Trade, AIM, Lindner, Dresdner, Putnam, and American Century.
First Eagle, Bjurman, Federated, MetaMarkets, Alliance, and Marsico.
But hey, at least they're buying more than they're selling.
Vanguard, Wasatch, Fidelity, American Century, Guardian, and others.
Vanguard's discount share class attracts $37 billion in eight months.
Performance shows passive funds can hold their own in down market.
Firm raises minimum investment to $25,000, imposes redemption fee.
Dreyfus, Janus, Touchstone, E*Trade, Royce, Tweedy Brown, and others.
Why some in the category aren't enjoying this year's rally.
Fund manager Chuck Royce says he intends to stick around forever.
Soaring bellwethers not enough to make up for networking, B2B duds.
Turner, Liberty Acorn, American Express, Bridgeway, and Fidelity.
Small value, precious metals, and emerging market bonds rise.
Vanguard, Profunds, Pioneer, Lord Abbett, State Street, and Citizens.
Scudder Dreman, Clipper, and Vanguard Windsor like Philip Morris.
Value manager sees opportunity in more subdued market.
Renowned bond-fund manager says investors should expect less.
Wilshire 4500 index fund next to get exchange-traded share class.
Strong Funds, American Express, Davis Selected Advisors, and AIM.
They've gone straight down, in both performance and asset flows.
Fidelity, WM Funds, Pilgrim, Henderson, and AIM.
AXP, American Funds, AIM, Fidelity, MSDW, Davis NY Venture, and others.
Brazos, Numeric, Hartford, Merrill Lynch, and Bailard, Biehl & Kaiser.
Even precious-metals funds look better than tech offerings in May.
Third Avenue Value, Janus, Vanguard, MFS, Munder, and others.
But a handful of tech offerings have bucked the trend.
Vanguard, Firstar, Fidelity, Wasatch, Bridgeway, and Deutsche.
Firm will roll out exhange-traded shares for Total Stock Market.
These funds look better after taxes than a lot of funds before taxes.
J.P. Morgan, Strong, Federated, Bjurman, AIM, and others.
Lots of funds grabbed stocks from the retail bargain bin.
Windsor II, Wellington, and Growth & Income get Admiral Shares.
Strong, Selected Funds, State Street, Putnam, Kobrick, and Prudential.
Funds with below-average manager tenure did worse in bear market.
How did Berkshire Focus go from three to five stars in a month?
Fund manangers with more years at the helm have done better.
March saw $20 billion in outflows, but firms report April inflows.
Oakmark Select, Putnam, Delaware Investments, GAM, and Vanguard.
Court says fund family can't offer exchange-traded fund shares.
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Fidelity, Oppenheimer and others.
Nasdaq's strong month lifts some battered, and still risky, funds.
Vanguard's Gus Sauter makes besting his benchmark a habit.
Company trades places with Microsoft as their fortunes diverge.