Business Week's Guide to Mutual Funds
With interest rates remaining low on savings accounts and certificates of deposit, mutual funds have become a mainstream form of investment. This guide provides current performance ratings on over 1500 mutual funds, plus guidance on how to invest safely and successfully. This edition again features scoreboards, which show the one-year, five-year and ten-year performance records of every type of mutual fund (equity, fixed-income, money-market, speciality and closed-end). These scoreboards feature specific information on risk levels, fund objectives, management and fees. In addition, the guide analyzes the past year's mutual fund activity and looks at upcoming trends and funds to watch.
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