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Respect in investing often is measured in dollars, and investors this year have been putting money into some actively managed mutual funds. But only a select few: Funds that focus either on smaller-cap stocks or on stocks that look cheaper than the
It's the annual Lump of Coal Awards, my holiday tradition of easing Santa's burden by singling out the bad boys and girls of the fund industry who deserve a lousy lump of lignite in their Christmas stockings this year. And the losers are: Wells
Market View Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Nov. 25, 2013. Market View Hundreds of people dressed as Santa Claus start to run, at the annual St. Nicholas Run, in Michendorf about 45 kilometers (28 miles) west of Berlin,
I can say that with hand on heart knowing that 23 per cent of us were allocated to conservative funds by default. Still more are in conservative funds at a young age when they should be taking more risk in return for growth. Ask questions of those
A vendor offers balloons for sale Monday as Greeks mark the annual "Ochi" (No) Day, which commemorates Greece's rejection of Italy's ultimatum to surrender during World War II. The best-performing bond-fund managers in the world this year aren't in
October 25, 2013 The sales pitches go something like this: A mutual fund that promises to zig when the rest of the stock market zags...Access to the most sophisticated hedge fund managers in the country, even if you're not particularly wealthy.
India-focused Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) attracted $240 million in investments in September this year, the biggest monthly inflow in nine months, and posted the best return in one year as the rupee strengthened and valuations became attractive
Higher volatility in the debt market , following the Reserve Bank's liquidity tightening measures to contain rupee's freefall, has adversely affected the schemes under the National Pension System , a report said. "With over 85 per cent allocation to
Investors are giving stock mutual funds another shot after getting burned during the financial crisis, but they're being choosy. From January through August, eight straight months, investors put more money into stock funds than they pulled out,
The sharemarket has become overvalued in the past three months after a strong rally in prices. A Morningstar report says there were a few select opportunities in what was a "stretched market", with the top 50 index rising 10 per cent since late June.