This venerable fund has made some changes to its portfolio, but it's still fabulous.
Past performance doesn't predict future returns, but these funds all have virtues that give them a leg up.
Michael Price and his proteges have gone in different directions. Do great minds still think alike?
Legg Mason Capital Management hopes so.
The IVA manager discusses recent picks in high yield, the U.S. market, a Japanese pharma company, and short-dated Asian currency bonds.
The Legg Mason manager says this tech giant is like Poe's 'Purloined Letter': Hidden in plain sight. Plus, Miller on gaining a behavioral edge in investing.
The First Eagle Global Value team head on the firm's recent activity and investment in Pargesa, Groupe Bruxelles, and Total.
Third Avenue Focused Credit Fund's Jeff Gary says there are tremendous opportunities for the fund to provide financing for debtor-in-possession loans and other bankruptcy situations.
Third Avenue Focused Credit Fund's Jeff Gary says high yield bonds and the fund should weather rising interest rates better than other fixed-income types and the premium on high yield versus Treasuries is extremely attractive now.
A shorter, more orderly bankruptcy process is good news for distressed debt investors, but it does shift the game a little bit, says Third Avenue's Jeff Gary.
First Eagle U.S. Value's Kimball Brooker on the fund's recent deployment of cash, avoidance of banks, and a mid-cap insurance pick.
Third Avenue International Value manager Amit Wadhwaney describes the investment case behind its second-biggest holding, a Canadian agricultural transportation firm.
Third Avenue International Value manager Amit Wadhwaney says the fund has been expanding its ownership of a number of European financial companies.
Third Avenue International Value manager Amit Wadhwaney comments on how the firm's focus on downside protection and security selection affect performance.
Third Avenue Small Cap Value manager Curtis Jensen on opportunities in the recent pullback, hedging currency exposure, and downside protection.
Managers Anne Gudefin and Chuck Lahr talk about opportunities in a market that has come a long way since March 2009.
The Legg Mason manager on tech's most promising secular growth trend, interest rates' effect on stock portfolios, and the valuations on high-quality stocks.
Eclectic value manager Bill Miller runs two funds, but one handily outdid the other in 2009's robust market.
Even the oldest can improve.
PIMCO's previously announced move into equity investing started with a bang.
Does your mutual fund have the fever?
Bridgeway founder John Montgomery tells Morningstar what he was seeing from the shop's quantitative models.
These fund managers are demanding better behavior from the companies they own.
We put Analyst Picks Schneider Value and Schneider Small Cap Value through the wringer.
Wasatch-1st Source manager Ralph Shive describes how big-picture thinking has filtered down to his fund's portfolio construction.
Survivors from the 1970s are still applying prudent approaches.
Managers Jean-Marie Eveillard and Matthew McLennan discuss the investment climate, opportunities, and management transition at the First Eagle funds.
We're recommending these funds right out of the gate, but there are risks attached.
After years of superior results foreign funds are suffering, but we've been here before.
Tips for extending your time horizon.
Do risk and return go hand in hand over the long term?
Some of the most-redeemed small-cap offerings are long-term winners.
It has been busy on the international front.
They've weathered recent turmoil and have great prospects, too.
It makes sense to invest globally, particularly so for certain investment shops.
We've warmed up to these mutual funds.
We've changed our opinions on these mutual funds.
Time's running out for these veterans.
Investors have flocked to international funds, but have they made good choices?
What shareholders can learn from these proposed fund mergers.
Both its recent settlement and its own reforms are encouraging.
Shop settles with the SEC, but we still hold it in high esteem.
Why three AIM funds should consider calling it quits.
Our comments on the SEC's proposal to amend the 12b-1 rule.
Jim Hillary is leaving to start his own investment-management firm.
Rapid asset growth and a move up the market-cap ladder would concern us.
New managers don't always bring new hope.
Jonathan Schoolar steps out of the limelight.
AIM expands its horizons, Fidelity limits its tech intake.
Third Avenue, Merger, Fidelity, and more.