What Went Wrong at Dodge & Cox?

The firm's intensive research failed to anticipate the implosion in financial stocks.

There’s a lot to like about Dodge & Cox, the sedate San Francisco fund manager. The firm keeps a low profile. It doesn't advertise or chase fads.

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Contributing Writer, Kiplinger's Personal Finance