Fidelity Magellan Fund
"Stansky's Monster: A Critical Examination of
Fidelity Magellan's 'Frankenfund,'" is now available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=964824.
Active Expense Ratios and Active Alphas
the True Cost of Active Management by Mutual Funds has now
been published by the Journal of Investment Management in its
First Quarter 2007 issue. (The link takes you to an electronic
reprint in PDF format.)
Read the interview
with Ross Miller about active expense ratios that appears in the
October 2006 issue of Wealth Manager magazine.
Online copies of the November 2005 Money
Magazine article by Jason Zweig (includes a table of estimates
for the active expense ratios of 100 of the largest mutual funds
as of the end of 2004): Short
version and long
article in the February 2007 issue of Investment Advisor.
The abridged version of the theory
behind active expense ratios and active alphas appeared in Ross
Miller's Capital Notions column
for the September/October 2005 issue of Financial Engineering News.
from the October 20, 2005 talk at the Boston Economic Club
(requires Adobe Acrobat or other PDF file reader)
Currier's syndicated Bloomberg article about the working paper
(from the Eugene Register-Guard, no registration required)
Brad Zigler explains the active
expense ratio is this
article from the February 2006 issue of Registered Rep.