Stepping back to see the forest for the trees.
John Linehan, manager of the Bronze-rated T. Rowe Price Equity Income, has generated fine results since taking over for the retiring Brian Rogers in late 2015.
It is hard not to like this fund, especially following another fee cut.
It's the economy, stupid!
We maintain a Parent rating of Neutral.
Investors in low-fee index funds can still rack up big bills by behaving badly.
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