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How’d They Do? Judging Best 5 Investment Picks for 2012

Advisor One

Tue, 11 Dec 2012

For their investment predictions last year, the experts at MFS and ING picked the tech sector, mid-caps and more as best bets for 2012. Here's how their picks fared.

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