Kopernik Fund Goes From Worst to Top With Value Now in FavorBy
It's beating 99% of peers this year after trailing 97% in 2015
Iben sees bargains in energy, gold, emerging-market stocks
The mutual fund David Iben oversees lagged behind more than 95 percent of its peers for two consecutive years. This year, the chief investment officer’s performance stands out for the right reason.
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