Stan Luxenberg

Stan Luxenberg is a freelance writer specializing in mutual funds and investing. He was executive editor of Individual Investor magazine.

Recent Articles By The Author

A New Vanguard Index Fund Could Lag Active Managers

A New Vanguard Index Fund Could Lag Active Managers

Most global bond managers have outdone the benchmarks.

Contrarian Sticks to His Guns

Contrarian Sticks to His Guns

GMO founder Jeremy Grantham worries that stocks are too expensive.

Short-Term Bond ETFs Stay Afloat

Short-Term Bond ETFs Stay Afloat

Rising interest rates have created headwinds.

Small-Cap Index Funds Fall Short

Small-Cap Index Funds Fall Short

By avoiding troubled companies, most active funds have topped the benchmark.

This Mutual Fund Company Attracts a Flood of Cash

This Mutual Fund Company Attracts a Flood of Cash

DFA's returns have shined because of a tilt to small stocks.

Some Chinese ETFs Soar, Others Fall to Earth

Some Chinese ETFs Soar, Others Fall to Earth

Investors are embracing the expanding Internet sector in China.

As Markets Rise, Cautious Mutual Funds Sell Stocks

As Markets Rise, Cautious Mutual Funds Sell Stocks

Unable to find bargains, some mutual fund managers are choosing to hold cash.

Why Retirees May Need to Spend Less Than They Think

Why Retirees May Need to Spend Less Than They Think

How much can retirees spend annually without going broke? Maybe less than they've been told.

International Small-Cap Managers Beat Index

International Small-Cap Managers Beat Index

Active managers have an advantage in unloved markets.

Can Mutual Funds Invest Like George Soros?

Can Mutual Funds Invest Like George Soros?

Betting on macro trends, two veteran managers have delivered winning returns.