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2 top mutual funds specializing in energy stocks

The recent rise in oil prices has boosted profits at many energy companies, lifting the returns of mutual funds that specialize in energy stocks. Those funds have returned an average 26 percent over the past 12-month period, according to Morningstar. Full story

Tulane students research stocks for mutual fund

There have been plenty of ups and downs in the stock market over the past decade — probably leaving investors wondering who's watching over their mutual funds. Full story

Tax terms that mutual fund investors should know

Whew — another tax return finished. No more IRS-related headaches till next year. Full story

T. Rowe Price mutual funds buy into Facebook

BOSTON (Reuters) - A number of T. Rowe Price Group mutual funds reported owning stakes in Facebook Inc, valuing the fast-growing social media company at $25 per share. Full story

Investors cautiously add to stock mutual funds

Investors deposited more money into stock mutual funds last month. But it was a mere trickle, compared with the surge at the start of the year. Full story

1st quarter mutual fund performance, at a glance

The bull market is two years old and counting. In the first quarter, the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index rose 5.9 percent, including dividends. It added up to another strong quarter for stock mutual funds, which have risen for seven of the last eight quarters. Below are highlights of how mutual fu Full story

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  Mutual Funds, What's Your Fee?

John Burns, Burns Advisory Group, points out mutual funds that won't cost you an arm and a leg.