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  • An increasing number of investors have been pouring money into so-called go-anywhere funds that give their managers wide latitude in their investments.

    Funds With Maximum Flexibility

  • But as investors have flocked to so-called go-anywhere funds this year, many have gone nowhere but down.

    'Go-Anywhere' Funds Struggle To Read the Economic Road Signs

  • But as investors have flocked to these so-called go-anywhere funds this year, many have gone nowhere but down.

    Go-Anywhere Funds Haven't Gone Very Far

  • Over the past year, fund managers including Loomis Sayles & Co. and Chicago-based Harbor Capital Advisors Inc. have opened funds that employ a so-called "go-anywhere" approach to better deal with risks such as rising interest rates.

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  • However, it's also important to realize that so-called go-anywhere funds can vary widely in style, flexibility, and risk/return profiles.

  • In addition, it's difficult for investors to compare the myriad offerings that fall under the broad go-anywhere umbrella.

    Funds With Maximum Flexibility

  • The $28 billion Ivy Asset Strategy is also run by veteran go-anywhere managers.

    Funds With Maximum Flexibility

  • Mostly Stocks and Bonds Launched in 1989, BlackRock Global Allocation is considered the grandfather of go-anywhere funds, investing assets throughout the world in stocks, bonds or cash.

    Funds With Maximum Flexibility

  • Having that kind of flexibility gives go-anywhere funds the ability to "cover a lot of ground that I can't," says veteran financial planner Vern Hayden, who says he doesn't have the resources to stay on top of so many markets and regions.

    Funds With Maximum Flexibility

  • Since the end of March 2009, $146 billion has flooded into go-anywhere funds, bringing the total in assets to $415 billion, according to Strategic Insight.

    Funds With Maximum Flexibility

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