Stirring up even more bitter, competitive rivalry within the fund industry, Morningstar unveiled
its annual ranking of the top 30 fund companies in the industry.
Dodge & Cox
was tops in the list, followed by T. Rowe Price
. First Eagle
, American Funds
and Franklin Templeton
came after, along with MFS
At the bottom of the list were Hartford
, and Goldman Sachs
The rankings were based on such metrics as five-year relative performance ranking, Morningstar Analyst Rating, average manager tenure, average manager investment, and five-year retention rate.
For more on the good, the bad, and the ugly of these rankings, check out the Morningstar article
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