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What’s in your 401(k)? Probably just 1 fund

More and more retirement savers have their entire 401(k) account in just a single mutual fund, and investment advisers are fine with it. Last year, for the first time, more than half of Vanguard’s 4.6 million retirement account participants were ...

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1Q fund review: Pain makes a comeback

Brace yourself before checking how your funds performed in the first quarter, which officially ends Saturday. Many likely lost money. After a years-long stretch when most mutual funds and exchange-traded funds powered higher quarter after quarter, investors are rediscovering the ...

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Why it matters that so few mutual fund managers are women

NEW YORK  — Diversify. The financial industry says you have to do it with your investments. But when it comes to who’s running mutual funds, diversity can be tough to find. Less than 10 percent of all managers are women, ...

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Calvert Investment Management opens large-cap mutual fund

Calvert Investment Management Inc. of Bethesda, an affiliate of the nation’s largest family of socially screened mutual funds, announced the launch of the Calvert Equity Income Fund, focused primarily on income-producing large-cap equity stocks. Co-managed by portfolio managers James McGlynn ...

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