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The Big Tent That Is the Neutral Rating

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Mon, 25 Mar 2013

We give more Neutral ratings than any other Morningstar Analyst Rating. That makes sense because a Neutral-rated fund is one where there isn't sufficient evidence to believe it will produce superior long-term risk-adjusted performance. If we rated every single fund, the Neutral camp likely would be

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