Newcomer Artisan Developing World earns a Bronze rating thanks to its seasoned manager, attractive approach, and good parent with a long record of success.
This fund allows investors to own cheap stocks without the persistent sector bets that most of its peers make.
The problem is getting it.
Investors looking to gauge a fund's interest-rate sensitivity need to look past duration.
Quality and value investment strategies often introduce ancillary sector bets, but it may be prudent to constrain them.
Zigging when other investors are zagging.
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