MFS Has What Managers Crave: Active Stock Funds That Draw Money

  • Firm’s big value funds beat almost all rivals over five years
  • Funds buy ‘boring businesses’ that return capital to investors

As investors flee active managers, MFS Investment Management, which created the first mutual fund in 1924, is staying the course, picking blue-chip stocks and gaining assets.

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