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Mutual Fund Disasters (Part 2)

Previously, we summarized some important pieces published on mutual funds a few years ago. See here.

Here, we continue with an in-depth look at how some kid hoodwinked Main Street into sending him their hard earned money with the hope that he would be able to make them money.

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Mutual Fund Disasters (Part 3)

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