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How Bigger Can Be Better

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Thu, 14 May 2015

Small Isn't Always Beautiful Most mutual fund observers believe that size hurts. As funds (and fund companies) grow larger, they become cumbersome. Their assets outstrip their best ideas, forcing them either to dilute their portfolios by moving down their buy lists or to hike their trading costs by

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