Mutual Funds Are Not Buy-and-Forget Investments (U.S. News & World Report)

U.S. News & World Report – Many people believe that they can reach their investment goals by simply buying mutual funds. After all, investing in a group of funds that hold different kinds of stocks, bonds, and commodities is supposed to provide diversification, which can give some protection when the markets are down and better returns when prices rise. That’s not necessarily true. All funds aren’t created equal; some are better than others. Investors have to pay attention to all of the funds in their portfolio regularly, because even good funds can go bad.

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