A Mark Against Broker-Sold Funds
Should investors hesitate before buying an actively managed U.S.-stock mutual fund through a broker?
A new study finds evidence that suggests that when such funds are sold through brokers, their returns—after fees are taken into account—underperform those of similar funds sold directly to investors.
Constable, Simon, "A Mark Against Broker-Sold Funds" (2015). In the News. 726.