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How Not To Make a Mutual Fund

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Tue, 23 Jul 2013

No Pain, No Gain Of all fund types, market-neutral* seems to be the least useful. To be sure, other fund categories are riskier or more gimmicky or more dangerous. Some are all three. For example, the many varieties of leveraged index exchange-traded funds, which not only lurch in price over the sh

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