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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

MetWest and Vanguard Had 2014's Hottest Funds

Reported by Neil Anderson, Managing Editor

Vanguard [profile], TCW's MetWest [profile], State Street Global Advisors [profile], and Dodge & Cox [profile] offered the hottest mutual funds of 2014. On the flip side, Pimco [profile], Invesco PowerShares [profile], New York Life's MainStay [profile], BlackRock's iShares [profile], and SEI [profile] offered the funds that suffered the most last year.

Today Morningstar released mutual fund flows data for all of 2014, as well as for December. The big winners in terms of family-wide flows were Vanguard, BlackRock, SSgA, DFA [profile], and Fidelity [profile] on the passive side, and J.P. Morgan [profile], Vanguard, BlackRock [profile], T. Rowe Price [profile], and Franklin Templeton [profile].

In terms of individual funds, the ones with the highest 2014 inflows were: the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund ($35.866 billion of inflows), the Vanguard Total International Stock Index Fund ($27.194 billion), the Metropolitan West Total Return Bond Fund ($24.331 billion), the SPDR S&P 500 ETF ($21.899 billion) and the Dodge & Cox Income Fund.

The individual funds that suffered the biggest outflows last year were: the Pimco Total Return Fund ($102.914 billion in outflows), the PowerShares QQQ Fund ($11.431 billion), the MainStay Marketfield Fund ($7.838 billion), the iShares MSCI Emerging markets ETF ($5.341 billion) and the SEI S&P 500 Index Fund ($2.276 billion). 

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