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More investors think fund managers aren't worth the money

More investors think fund managers aren't worth the money

09/29/2017

By MarketWatch

Don't miss these top money and investing features:

This week's digest kicks off with a look at the declining percentage of investors who believe that money managers are worth their fees. Then, check out the impact that Chinese stocks could have on your portfolio, and read how to capitalize on low inflation. Plus, see how compound interest adds up, learn the differences between investing in Tesla, Apple, and Amazon.com, and get familiar with three all-weather growth stocks.

-- Jonathan Burton (mailto:jburton@marketwatch.com)

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