Fundsters interested in what drives the deaths of mutual funds may want to take a
look at Chuck Jaffe's column yesterday. The MarketWatch
columnist highlights a
handful of the 1,400 mutual funds that liquidated in 2010 and ponders why they died.
Those funds included:
Frontier Micro-Cap (which would have turned your $1,000 starting
investment into $11 by the time it bit the dust);
Presidio (which was saying goodbye to its star manager, Kevin
and StockCar Stocks Index Fund (effectively a large-cap index fund with
360 basis points of expenses).
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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