(Bloomberg). -Eaton Vance large-cap value fund, beat 92% of peers this year.


At least one investor is winning with Wall Street’s worst-performing trade.

While cheaper stocks have underperformed in the last decade, Eaton Vance Management’s 88-year-old Large-Cap Value Fund, one of the oldest U.S. mutual funds, is beating the market and peers this year in defiance of the overall trend. Value can be a winner if you look at the right metrics, according to Edward J. Perkin, the chief equity investment officer who oversees $45 billion at the Boston-based firm.

Tuesday 21, May.