Selecting and managing a portfolio of individual stocks and bonds can be time consuming and expensive. Investing in mutual funds is a cost-effective way to hold a diversified portfolio.
However, there are tens of thousands of different mutual funds in existence, and the explosion of exchange-traded fundsgives us even more choices. It can be difficult to pinpoint funds that fit your investing goals, needs and expectations.
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