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Can Stock Funds Surge?

Financial Planning News

Tue, 29 Jan 2013

Since the start of 2007, for instance, investors of all types have pulled $607.4 billion out of funds that invest in domestic stocks, according to the Investment Company Institute. In the same time, they've added $1.2 trillion to the coffers of bond

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