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Buy the Fund Company, Not the Funds?

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Mon, 7 Oct 2013

Two for Two It's said that the stocks of mutual fund companies make better investments than the funds those companies manage. Certainly, the stocks have thrived. The few publicly traded mutual fund companies performed fabulously in the 1980s (Franklin and Dreyfus were among the very highest gainers

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