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Mutual Funds Articles
First Eagle looks for frothy markets, holds cash and sometimes has a losing hand.
An Iowa man was sentenced to 37 years in prison for mailing bombs and threatening letters to fund managers at two big firms in a bid to influence stock prices.
Investors who dumped shares in gold ETFs amid the biggest selloff in the metal in four years may be in for a shock: Capital-gains taxes are higher than for stocks and bonds.
There's a new, relatively easy way to learn about sustainable investing, and Morgan Stanley is one broker-dealer encouraging its financial advisors to take notice.
The bull market that gets no respect could start claiming some big RIAs as victims if it stays on course.
Vanguard will cross the country in a truck that sells coffee at 26 cents a cup to make a point about mutual fund costs.
Mutual fund sales declined for the fourth consecutive year in 2012, according to the Investment Company Institute.
Franklin Resources is the best-performing stock in the money-management business as it benefits from the rising popularity of its top-ranked bond manager.
In her first public address to mutual fund executives anxious to her plans for money market mutual fund reform, the SEC Chairman Mary Jo White had one word for them: Wait.
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