FAIRX - Fairholme Fund

Nasdaq - Nasdaq Delayed Price. Currency in USD
19.17
-0.06 (-0.31%)
At close: 8:00PM EDT
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Previous Close19.23
YTD Return26.42%
Expense Ratio (net)1.00%
CategoryLarge Value
Last Cap Gain0.00
Morningstar Rating★★★★
Morningstar Risk RatingHigh
Sustainability RatingN/A
Net Assets1.14B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.62
Yield1.76%
5y Average ReturnN/A
Holdings Turnover16.29%
Last Dividend0.34
Average for CategoryN/A
Inception DateDec 29, 1999
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    MarketWatch7 days ago

    This legendary Vanguard fund manager had the right stuff to beat the market

    John Neff’s preparation and discipline gave Vanguard Windsor Fund a performance edge, writes Mark Hulbert.

  • Morningstar3 months ago

    Your Author's Mistake: Rushing to a Conclusion

    Ready to Believe The Financial Times alerted me to a German study demonstrating that "smokers--a group of people who lack self-discipline--earn lower returns than nonsmokers." When I read that note, I nodded fervently.

  • Morningstar6 months ago

    Should You Dump That Slumping Fund?

    This article was originally published in the December 2018 issue of Morningstar FundInvestor. Fund managers who tend not to invest in technology and healthcare have had a very hard time keeping up with their benchmarks and peers. At Morningstar, we dig to find out if the slump reveals fundamental flaws or newly developed ones.

  • Business Wire7 months ago

    Fairholme Funds, Inc. December 2018 Dividend Distributions

    FAIRHOLME FUNDS, INC.:

  • Morningstar8 months ago

    Why Diversification Beats Conviction

    A version of this article was published in the September 2018 issue of Morningstar ETFInvestor. Download a complimentary copy of Morningstar ETFInvestor by visiting the website. Hendrick Bessembinder, a professor at Arizona State University, illustrates this effect in his provocative paper, "Do Stocks Outperform Treasury Bills?"[1] In it, he demonstrates that most U.S. stocks not only underperformed the market from 1926 through 2016, they also underperformed Treasuries.