We’ve already outed the Worst Mutual Fund Managers of Q1. So now it’s time to give credit where it’s due.
The first three months of 2010 had a sucker’s dip that sent the weak-kneed running.
But then the market rallied again, ending the quarter with 4.87% gains in the S&P 500.
Mutual fund managers who stayed the course–or, better yet, bought the dip–were able to lock down big gains.
So who were they?
Q1 return: +6.85%
Fund: Simple Capital Fund
Size: < $1,000,000
Top holdings: NA
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