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Performance Breakdown of the Vanguard Pacific Stock Index Fund (VPACX)

Performance Breakdown of the Vanguard Pacific Stock Index Fund (VPACX)

The Asia-Pacific Could Be on Your Investment Radar: Here’s How (Continued from Prior Part) Returns of the Vanguard Pacific Stock Index Fund (VPACX) From a purely NAV (net asset value) return standpoint, in the one year period ending January 2016, VPACX … Continue reading at

Investors flee health, bank and tech funds in search of safety: Lipper

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investors pulled money from U.S.-based stock funds again during the most recent week, piling into Treasuries, gold and other safe-haven assets as global market performance continued to falter. The stock funds posted $ 1.5 billion in … Continue reading at

Hedge funds keep getting crushed

(Photo: Ingram Publishing, Getty Images/Ingram Publishing) NEW YORK--After a rough 2015, “smart money” hedge fund billionaires are getting crushed again this year as some of their favorite stocks get walloped. The average hedge fund that invests in stocks … Continue reading at

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3 Japan Stock Mutual Funds for Enticing Returns in 2016

Japan Stock funds excelled last year in spite of a number of macroeconomic headwinds. Japan Stock category also emerged as the best gainer of 2015. Bank of Japan's monetary stimulus along with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic policies … Continue reading at

The 4 Best T. Rowe Price Funds for Growth Investors in 2016 (TROW)

Investors who would like to commit their funds to diversified portfolios of growth stocks have many compelling mutual funds choices offered by T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: TROW). The T. Rowe Price Diversified Small Cap Growth Fund is an actively … Continue reading at

Simple Wealth, Inevitable Wealth: How You and Your Financial Advisor Can Grow Your Fortune in Stock Mutual Funds
Preface: Over the course of the last three decades, I’ve been an advisor to individual investors, and now – for want of a better d…

The Market That Beats the Market: How to Profit in Technology Stocks and Funds
Citing areas of potentially explosive growth in computer technology stocks and funds, a portfolio manager and columnist for Forb…

The Ultimate Guide to Trading ETFs: How To Profit from the Hottest Sectors in the Hottest Markets All the Time
An essential guide to trading trends with ETFs At any given time, a particular country’s market or a particular segment of the mar…

The Personal Stock Investment Plan: A beginner’s guide to building wealth in the stock market
A conservative guide to managing your personal stock investment portfolio. Emphasis is placed on the selection of long term buy an…

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Investors pull 0 million from Templeton Asia Fund in January

Investors pulled nearly $ 300 million out of an Asian stock fund co-run by veteran investor Mark Mobius last month, extending a dramatic exodus from a fund that was for years the biggest of its kind in Asia. The outflow, equivalent to more than 5% of … Continue reading at

Hedge Funds Hate These 5 Stocks — but Should You?

There’s no doubt about it, 2016 is off to an awful start. As I write, just five weeks into the New Year, the big S&P 500 is down about 10% already. And investors big and small are moving from seeking return on capital to return of capital. With anxiety … Continue reading at

Performance Breakdown of the Vanguard Pacific Stock Index Fund VPACX

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Double the chaos: Amped-up funds flourish amid turmoil

Altogether, leveraged funds controlled about $ 22 billion at the start of the year, according to Morningstar. That’s less than one-fifteenth the size of Vanguard’s Total Stock Market Index fund, the largest mutual fund. But interest in them is growing. Continue reading at

Are Sovereign Wealth Funds to Blame for Bank Stock Drop?

Feb. 11 — Gabriela Santos, JPMorgan Asset Management strategist, discusses the selloff in U.S. stocks with Bloomberg’s Alix Steel, Joe Weisenthal and Scarlet Fu on “What’d You Miss?” The Wall Street Journal. Continue reading at

The Case for Buying Small-Cap Foreign Stocks

Here is a piece of advice for U.S. fund investors: If you are going to buy international stocks, you might want to make them small caps. Investment research and performance results have long supported the notion that U.S. investors should own some shares … Continue reading at

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