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How to Spot a Bad Bond Fund

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Tue, 26 Nov 2013

OK, so "bad" might be a little strong. It's difficult to point to any one or two factors and credibly argue that they alone make a bond fund bad. However, there are red flags that investors can watch for to help ferret out those bond funds that are likely taking on more risk of a blowup than others

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