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T. Rowe's new target-date strategy differs from its flagship product by providing a lower equity allocation at retirement time and creating more predictability of returns, says manager Jerome Clark.
Stocks and bonds aren't the only places they're looking.
Firm hopes to launch long-awaited international-bond index fund in first half of 2013.
Insights into the big bank's big mutual fund business.
Proximity to well-managed growth-oriented companies allow Morningstar 2012 Domestic-Stock Fund Managers of the Year Bill Frels and Mark Henneman to get the complete picture of their stock ideas.
As stateside growth remains sluggish, Bill Frels and Mark Henneman--Morningstar's 2012 Domestic-Stock Fund Managers of the Year--note that some of their top long-term holdings are going beyond boundaries.
Study on 529 plan disclosure shows most plans fall short.
Vanguard's Michael Corr identifies three considerations when examining 529 options, how investors should think about risk, and his firm's approach to these college-savings plans.
Shareholders take note: Leader, key staff set to depart the firm.
Invesco's Meggan Walsh says an impressively rapid rise in corporate profitability has greatly reduced the number of attractively priced stocks.
Family makes low-cost Admiral Shares more widely available.
Plus, Columbia consolidates lineup, SEC investment chief announces departure, and more.
Long bond funds are enjoying the second major tailwind since 2008. Plus, Eaton Vance launches new fund, Columbia bond manager departs, and more.
Plus, American Beacon introduces new fund, Fidelity cuts B shares, and more.
Quantitative investing firm announces changes to its board of directors in the wake of coding error.
Offering the right funds at the right time and keeping its nose clean helped in a tumultuous decade.
Bond-fund inflows begin to wane, while foreign-stock funds continue to attract investors.
Most of the money drawn out last year exited equity funds, while the vast majority flowing back this year has gone to bond funds.