(Editor's note: TheStreet today named 111 mutual funds and exchange traded funds, or ETFs, winners and runners-up in its first annual awards ceremony. A list of the funds and related articles can be found on the awards page.)BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Thomas Forester says his namesake Forester Discovery Fund ( INTLX) is a "sleep-at-night" investment, as he avoids undue risks. Forester, who has overseen the fund since 1999, is avoiding shares in countries facing budget crises, such as Greece and Portugal. The fund is investing in more highly developed and financially stable countries. It holds 29 stocks of companies that are based outside the U.S., most of which have a multinational presence. "We look at minimizing downside risk and volatility," Forester said in an interview from his office in Broadview Heights, Ohio.
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