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Studying the New Star Rating for Funds

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Mon, 22 Nov 2004

It?s been more than two years since we changed the Morningstar Rating for funds. Naturally, we want to use a number of different measures to monitor how the rating is doing. Because most mutual funds are designed for the long haul and we only have two

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