6 promising new funds

No track record? No problem. While investing in a new mutual fund or ETF can be a leap of faith, sometimes it's a leap worth making.

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Feb 26, 2014 8:13PM
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Thanks but no thanks.
Please stop pushing these funds with NO track record on the neophytes.

Feb 27, 2014 8:58AM
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Mike Duggan- mayor of Detroit is heading to see our Commander and Thief today in DC. His state of the city speech was good, but any idiot would come away saying... those are really good things in the works, but ALL of them cost money the city does not have and NONE of them create revenue streams and NONE of them address the massive problem that caused the city to fall in the first place-- too much minority preference and no actual balanced economy. Hiring just ONE minority contractor to install all the street lights did-- what? Made a campaign contributor get a good return on donation like GOP contractors do? It's genuine BS and does absolutely NOTHING for a nation about to go to war over pieces of worthless paper. Worthless because Washington keeps the QE spewing, making the rich richer and doing NOTHING about the massive bubble of skill sets and career experts idled by garbage colluding alumni who are INCAPABLE of generating real economy without the TRILLIONS invested to do it. JUST the money that will be lost trying to ignite the dead rock that is Detroit could have and would have created enough counter-business platform enterprises to snuff the financial tyranny and be the foundation for growth and prosperity to come. OBAMA... you keep trying to prove that degrees are legitimate. Those folks and you concentrated on drugs, alcohol and sports gambling, not actual skill sets! Our current economical condition is PROOF. We are TRILLIONS in the hole for what? A texting problem? Paper and button pushers, but not enterprise? GET OUT AND KEEP RUNNING. YOU'RE THE WORST WE COULD HAVE HOPED FOR. What a joke. Crash the markets, fool. QE5 makes war.
Feb 26, 2014 10:12PM
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SIX... count 'em SIX promising funds... (crickets)... dang, that didn't work.

TEN... count 'em TEN stocks to survive a crash... (crickets)... dang AGAIN.

TWO... count 'em TWO banks you should trust... (laughter)... stop laughing.

WHY you should be all in stocks even if the markets crash... (hysterical laughter)... rats.

QE... it's all America has left because we're screwed by inheritors and grubbers (clapping). YES!

We are royally screwed by the 5%!!! (standing ovation).

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