News services, newspapers, books, magazines, e-zines and journals about investment funds.
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Ron Rowland's newsletter uses style rotation to make fund recommendations.
Opinions on issues in the investment management industry, published monthly.
The Big Picture
Barry Ritholtz's blog, where he shares his macro perspective on the capital markets and the economy.
Weekly newsletter that times the purchase and sale of leveraged index funds using a risk-reduction system. Signals are only given at the time of major change in market direction.
Euromoney Institutional Investor Online Network
News on investment funds catered for institutional investors, including ETFs and hedge funds, published by Euromoney, a UK financial publications company founded in 1969.
FEG Research Roundup
Economic and market commentary by the Fund Evaluation Group, LLC, with in-depth focuses on current topics.
Newsletter uses Fibonacci ratios to time the market; published twice monthly.
Financial Times Managed Funds Service
Includes analysis, price and performance data on UK Unit Trusts, OEICs, Investment Trusts, Pension Funds, Exchange Traded Funds and Venture Capital Trusts.
Free investment fund articles, questions and answers, market timing signals, calculators and no-load information.
Subscription-based service, offering a number of trading systems for mutual and exchange-traded funds, tailored for different levels of risk.
Features trading systems for mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, especially those offered by Fidelity Investments.
Charlie Hooper's newsletter offers weekly fund timing for various markets.
The No-Load Fund Investor
Newsletter published monthly by Sheldon Jacobs. Each issue contains updated performance data on hundreds of no-load funds.
Paid subscribers get fund rankings and commentary from Janet Brown twice a month.
Shabbir's mutual-fund and stock-market blog. News, commentary and trading tips for mutual-fund and stock-market investments.
Steven J. Kaplan's commentary on investing and life in general, with a contrarian point of view. Contrarian theory recommends unpopular funds, based on popularity being cyclical ("today's dogs will be next year's favorites"). Updated a few times each month.
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