Which Funds Benefited Most From the Q2 Rebound?
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Monday, July 06, 2009

Which Funds Benefited Most From the Q2 Rebound?

As the stock market rebounded last quarter, equity mutual funds saw their performance rise, too. The Wall Street Journal's Daisy Maxey throws some positive ink to Eric Cinnamond's Intrepid Small Cap, Donald Yacktman and Stephen Yacktman's Yacktman Focused Fund and Yacktman Fund, and Mario Gabelli's Gabelli ABC Fund, for the top trailing 12-month performance among diversified U.S. stock funds.

Jonathan Burton picks up on the big comebacks this year for some of last year's biggest fund losers (in terms of performance) -- including the Dodge & Cox stock team, Tom Sovieros Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock, Harry Lange's Fidelity Magellan, David Decker's Janus Contrarian, Bill Miller's Legg Mason Value Trust, Longleaf Partners, Alex Motola's Thornburg Core Growth and Ajay Krishnan's Wasatch Ultra Growth.

Karen Hube highlights some new high yield bond funds: AQR Diversified Arbitrage, Hotchkis & Wiley High Yield and T. Rowe Price Strategic Income.

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