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  • The hedge fund and mutual fund managers included in this select group include only high profile names, who by virtue of their long-term market-beating returns, have earned their standing in the investment community and are worthy of our attention.

  • The hedge fund and mutual fund managers included in this select group include only high profile names who by virtue of their long-term market-beating returns have earned their standing in the investment community and are worthy of our attention.

  • And active managers—even Bill Gross—still need to prove worthy of investor money with market-beating performance.

    Bill Gross…and Fund Fees

  • U.K.-based Logica earlier this month reported market-beating first-quarter results due to strong demand for IT services from the private sector.

    Logica Appoints BT's Raja as CFO, Buys Spanish Group

  • Here are five stocks, all of which gave prescient investors stellar, market-beating returns in the first half of the year.

    Five Stocks You'll Wish You'd Bought in January

  • The results, while hard to precisely quantify because such funds 'strategies vary widely, aren't the stuff market-beating portfolios are made of.

    Absolute-Return Funds: Low Risk, Low Return

  • Because of that consistent market-beating performance, the Manning & Napier fund ranks in the top 10% of Morningstar's large-blend category for the past three, five and 10 years.

    End of a Streak

  • Later, as cheaper market-tracking index funds and exchange-traded funds rose to prominence, Mr. Miller's long run of market-beating performance set him apart from other active managers.

    A Star Exits After Value Falls

  • But while looking different from the index should be a requirement for any active manager, Mr. Lange quickly demonstrated that it doesn't guarantee market-beating returns.

    Can Anyone Steer This Ship?

  • The remaining nine disaggregate the picture of a market-beating strategy, though it's certainly possible for a strategy to succeed without "passing" all nine of them.

    Have You Tested Your Strategy Lately?

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