Three winning stock fund managers in 2010
Jerome Dodson is interviewed as manager of one of the best-performing stock funds, Parnassus Small-Cap Fund, in 2010.
“Investing in stocks in 2010 was a white-knuckle ride... But as always, despite the bleak chorus of talking heads, there was money to be made in stocks. More important, there were many ways to make money in stocks, as we discovered by talking to managers of three of the best-performing stock funds from 2010.”
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(Illustration by Joe Ciardiello)
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The Ten Largest Holdings are not taken from the Fund's annual, semiannual or quarterly reports and have not been audited. This holdings information represents the diversity of areas in which the Fund may invest and may not be representative of the Fund's current or future investments.
Percentage of Parnassus Small-Cap Fund represented by the companies in this article, as of December 31, 2010:
Finisar 2.9%, Ciena 3.1%, Ceragon 3.6%, and Toll Brothers 2.8%.
The net asset value for the Parnassus Small-Cap Fund as of December 31, 2010 was $445.3MM.