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Why Mutual Fund Managers May Not Act in Your Best Interest

Perspectives Content Submission

Mon, 30 Apr 2012

Jeremy Grantham has produced yet another truly outstanding essay in GMO’s Quarterly Letter to Investors for April 2012 .  Never reluctant to take on controversy, he focuses on the ways in which mutual fund managers have strong incentives to behave in ways that are often not in the best interests of

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