In an article titled "Curse of the Mutual Fund Giants,"
's Russell Pearlman picked up
data that tracked the fate of some of the largest funds
in years past.
More than 25 percent of funds that began a year as one of
the five biggest funds from 2000 to 2006 "had lost money
three years later," Pearlman writes.
], whose Total Return Fund
is the biggest fund in the
world, "has bucked the trend so far," he notes.
Armie Margaret Lee
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