Fund Spy column this week profiles
not a person or a fund, but an entire business: the mutual fund division of financial giant J.P. Morgan
Fund analyst and writer David Falkof notes that the firm's 112 funds run the gamut in terms of style, offering something for nearly every investor.
He also notes that this attempt to be everything for everyone has its downsides, with several management teams having troubles and the company's success ratio over the past five years sitting at just 51 percent.
The article is somewhat lengthy, but interesting for any fund insiders looking for a peek at how one of the biggest on the block does things.
To see more, read the original article here
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