harrytuttle asks,What I would like to see is the list of those 7% of the funds that consistently beat the Vanguard 500. Why doesn't anyone ever talk about those? Perhaps there is no fund that consitently beats the index. Here's the list of Large-Cap funds that beat the Vanguard S&P500 index fund over the past 10 years according to Morningstar.Ticker Name -------------------------- 10 Year total return MSIGX Oppenheimer Main St Growth & Income A 22.33 VPMCX Vanguard Primecap 22.17 MCOFX MFS Capital Opportunities A 20.55 FDETX Fidelity Destiny II 19.98 AGTHX Growth Fund of America 19.54 AVLFX AIM Value A 19.37 GSCGX Goldman Sachs Capital Growth A 19.37 CUCAX Warburg Pincus Capital Apprec Comm 19.30 AGBBX Alliance Growth B 19.27 GPAFX Guardian Park Avenue A 18.88 HRCPX Heritage Capital Appreciation A 18.30 FMAGX Fidelity Magellan 18.10 ANEFX New Economy 18.09 CAPEX Capital Exchange 18.06 USBOX Quant Growth & Income Ord 18.06 MFRFX MFS Research A 18.01 FEDEX Federated Capital Appreciation A 17.81 FGRIX Fidelity Growth & Income 17.75 FDEQX Fidelity Disciplined Equity 17.65 ABCAX AIM Blue Chip A 17.49 DDSTX Dreyfus Disciplined Stock 17.39 UMEQX Excelsior Blended Equity 17.37 PPSPX Principal Preserv S&P 100 Plus A 17.31 VFINX Vanguard 500 Index 17.31 Of course, the problem is that next year the Vanguard S&P500 index fund will match the performance of the index while many of the funds higher on the list above won't beat the index NEXT YEAR. I know of no way to identify them beforehand.intercst
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