Fundsters interested in portfolio management of global funds should take a look at Wednesday's Wall Street Journal
Fund Track column. Sam Mamudi reports
that global managers are waiting for the U.S. to lead a worldwide economic recovery. According to Lipper
, so-called world stock funds lost 11.5 percent year-to-date, as of March 30.
Mamudi cites several fundsters as experts, including: David Boyle
, pan-European equities investment manager at Aberdeen Asset Management; Ryan Caldwell
, manager of Ivy Asset Strategy Fund; Andrew Foster
, acting chief investment officer of Matthews International Capital Management; Virginie Maisonneuve
, head of global and international equities at Schroder Investment Management; and William Rocco
, analyst at Morningstar.
In the same column, Mamudi also notes the Treasury's latest extension of the money market fund guarantee program (see MFWire, 4/1/2009
Stay ahead of the news ... Sign up for our email alerts now