Morningstar Funds 500: Annual Sourcebook

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Wiley, Feb 7, 2003 - Business & Economics - 612 pages
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Expert and independent guidance on selecting the best funds for your portfolio.

You have a lot riding on your fund investments. So it’s only good sense to get your information from the acknowledged fund expert–Morningstar. Our analysts present a diverse selection of funds ideal for building and maintaining a diversified portfolio. Our comprehensive one-page reports include historical and year-end information. Plus each contains a written Analyst Report detailing a fund’s strengths and weaknesses. This year, take control of your investments and your future with Morningstar’s help.

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  • Starting a new fund portfolio
  • Shaping up your portfolio in the wake of the bear market

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  • 140 exclusive Morningstar Analyst Picks
  • Tips for picking great funds

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Z Introduction 5 The Year in Review
Lessons From the Bear Market
Putting Our New Sectors to Work for

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About the author (2003)

Christine Benz is a coauthor of the Morningstar® Guide to Mutual Funds: Five Star Strategies for Success (Wiley, 2003) and editor of the Morningstar® FundInvestorTM newsletter. She comments on funds and fund investing regularly on CNBC.
Scott Cooley is editor of Morningstar® Mutual FundsTM, the premier semi-monthly reporting service for financial advisors and serious independent investors. His views on the fund industry and individual funds appear frequently in major financial publications such as The Wall Street Journal.

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