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How to Benefit from a Good Mutual Fund Managers’ Bad Year

Mutual Fund Turnarounds: Looking to Rebound from a Tough Year

March 1, 2012
In “Mutual Fund Turnarounds: Looking to Rebound from a Tough Year,” The Turnaround Letter looks to mutual funds for a ready-made investment diversification strategy. This article identifies nine mutual funds ripe with turnaround potential.
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