Here's an update on some interesting funds launched in 2010.
With agriculture and emerging markets, investors hope to capitalize on themes that worked well in 2010.
The professionals return to Wall Street. Which way will they take the market?
China gets the emerging-markets spotlight, but things are also bright in Brazil, Chile and Peru.
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These aggressive plays could gain from the noted investment strategist's anti-consensus expectations.
These funds are well positioned to profit from a global wireless boom.
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