In The News

January 23, 2008

More on the surprise Fed rate cut

The local Fox affiliate asked Jim to drop by their studios yesterday evening and again this morning to help viewers understand the current market . . . situation. Click on the links below to go to the myfoxboston.com website to

January 04, 2008

New NECN news updates

Here are 2 new NECN news updates with Jim from this past week. We didn't post too many from December due to holidays and vacations, etc. Monday, December 31, 2007 Thursday, January 3, 2008

December 01, 2007

Addenda for December Issue

As usual, we had more information for the new issue of the Fidelity Investor than we could fit in the printed pages. Here are 2 tables that we just couldn't fit in. Table #1 shows the top holdings for all

November 07, 2007

Addenda to November issue

Table #1: This table will help you envision how each fund is likely to fare. While each fund lost money, some lost considerably less than others, while some lost measurably more. (Click on the image for the full-scale table.) Table

November 07, 2007

Market shrugs off gold, oil prices

Jim Lowell on NECN, Tuesday, November 6, 2007

November 06, 2007

Earnings Pattern: Slower Growth Rate

Jim Lowell on NECN, Monday, November 5, 2007 Jim on NECN, Wednesday, October 30, 2007

October 26, 2007

New Multi-Manager Group Fund

October 26, 2007 Portfolio Manager Appointment Effective October 25, 2007: The Multi-Manager Group led by Robert Stansky and including John Avery (Industrials and Materials), Matthew Friedman (Energy), Adam Hetnarski (Technology), Steven Kaye (Health Care), Robert Lee (Consumer Staples), John Roth

October 04, 2007

Markets are back on jobs watch.

Jim Lowell on NECN, Wednesday, October 3, 2007

September 29, 2007

Top 50-ish holdings of Fidelity's large-cap growth funds.

Here is another table that was too big to fit into the October Fund Focus. (Click on the thumbnail for a bigger view.)

September 29, 2007

Large-cap growth fund losses: addendum to October Fund Focus

If the recent past is prologue for the near future, this table will help you envision how each fund is likely to fare. While each fund lost money, some lost considerably less than others, while some lost measurably more. (Click