Editor’s Note: We received several comments about the new format of the Individual Investor’s Guide to the Top Mutual Funds (29th edition, February 2010), along with a few questions. Listed below is a sample of the letters we received.
To the Editors:
I like the new format of the Top Mutual Funds Guide, especially your use of bold and red to highlight numbers of interest.
Last night I was studying bond funds and there are four columns that I think should be added in the future: duration; average maturity; manager tenure; and average credit quality.
I understand that there is a lot of data and you might have to give up something to include these. While I do like the Cat +/– column, it is redundant. If I had to choose between more data and the same data formatted differently, I would choos
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