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Isn't there some way to find the top 10 portfolio holdings for a given mutual fund in morningstar.com? I'm sure there used to be, but I was looking for it just now and couldn't find it. Did they remove it?
Still in the same location at M*.
This is the generic quote page at M*, selected for FSMEX.
Select the "portfolio" tab, then scroll down for the last set of data; for "Holdings".
My 11am link for FSMEX is a non-member at M*. We've never had an account.
I've not had any problem with any of this holding data.
For example, the front page of the NYTimes no longer fully loads - I get what looks like a full page but there's no content beneath to scroll down to. Very similar to what I now see on the M* portfolio page - it is missing the bottom part with the holdings.
Try updating your browser or try using a different browser.
I emailed support but I suspect this is one more "cut" in tools individual investors have relied on
What do you all see with the link?
I'm using Chrome version 87.0.4280.88.
You could always go to the old "holdings" page - that is the same functionality, plus (it displays the top 25). That works on my old browser.
Your link works fine here, for the older view, too.
NOTE: I clear browser history and cache at least once a day.
ADD: not that this is critical, but our use to the net is also via a VPN connection.
Google Chrome is up to date
Version 87.0.4280.88 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Tried clearing cache No difference
Older view works
Indeed strange !!!
It's a good idea to update browsers anyway since Flash is dead. And I don't mean The Scarlet Speedster.
But there does seem to be a trend that M* is just less friendly to regular investors that paid the bill when they were growing up. Maybe they think the real money going forward is in selling their index products.
BTW. FSMEX has been great for me. I am not buying anymore at it's current valuations. I might add it, or a similar ETF to my wife's IRA in days to come. It's pretty much medical care as a utility.
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M* at least responded to my support email but no resolution. Obviously they care little about their earliest most loyal customers
“Hope you are doing well.
I apologize for the wrong choice of words.
What I meant was that the issue you highlighted as effected all Morningstar users.
As informed this is been taken has a high priority case .