Mutual Fund Disasters (Part 3)

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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...

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Mutual Fund Disasters: An Overview

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Mutual Fund Disasters: David Tice and his Prudent Bear Fund

Want to save tens of thousands of dollars? In this article, I tie in numerous aspects of erroneous and deceptive marketing by the mutual fund industry, executed primarily through the business arrang...

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Mutual Fund Disasters: Harry Dent the Fund Manager

Seizing upon his media “celebrity,” (which essentially means you have sheep lining up for your perceived expertise, created solely by being seen on television) Dent formed an ETF in 2009 c...

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A Look at Harry Dent's Track Record

Update on Dent (April 25, 2015): Check out this new video on Dent, showing his terrible track record Broken Clock Moron Of The Month: Harry Dent   Update on Dent May 3, 2015: M...

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Target-Date Funds: Another Dangerous Investment Epiphany

You may have heard of one of the newer (marketing) "innovations" developed by the mutual fund industry called target-date funds. They were launched a few years ago as a way to ensu...

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More Useless Trash From the Financial Media (Part 2)

Contrary to the claim that Federated’s Prudent Bear Fund holds more short than long stock positions, if you check the current top holdings, you won't see a single short position.

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More Useless Trash from the Financial Media (Part 1)

As I sat at home on this early Saturday morning doing some research, I ran across an article I wanted to bring to your attention.  First, I want you to notice the title.  Next...

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Mutual Fund Disasters: The Rise and Fall of Bill Miller

From 1991 through 2005, Legg Mason’s Bill Miller was the only mutual fund managerto have beaten the S&P 500 Index each year for that 15-year period. That should have been a warning sign alon...

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Why Mutual Funds are the WORST Investments During Bear Markets (Part 2)

As I continue from Part 1, let me explain further why mutual funds can get killed during bear markets. A down market is the best way to lower the cost basis of the fund’s securities posi...

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Why Mutual Funds are the WORST Investment During Bear Markets (Part 1)

This article was modified from a portion of the The Wall Street Investment Bible. That’s right. This material is contained with the appendix of the book; not the body. Mike saved even more...

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