The fund is closing to new investors again because of slim pickings and fat values.
The SEC's new rule requiring more independent mutual fund boards may hurt investors, not help them.
A new mutual fund tries to capitalize on the frenzy over Chinese stocks.
The higher fees are meant to discourage trading abuses at the core of the industry's scandal.
Investors may want to think twice about how issues in the high profile trial are playing out.
Some foreign funds have found a good way to fight the market-timing wars.
Your discount broker could be the latest perp in the great fund probe.
Time to play detective: Here are the clues to whether your mutual fund is ripping you off.
The crime: exposing the costs of fund market-timing and offering a solution.
Here are ways to shield the imperfect 'net asset value' system from attack.