The One Hundred Best Mutual Funds You Can Buy, 1996 Edition
America's leading expert on mutual funds has completely revised this concise and informative investment tool, systematically re-evaluating every one of the over 3,000 mutual funds on the market to determine their authortative ranking of the top 100. Each fund is analyzed for total return, risk, quality of management, current income, and expense control.
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About This Book
How a Mutual Fund Operates
Which Funds Are Best for You?
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