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I guess I should drop my fund that has been making money for the last 6 yrs and belive some writer? on MSN
Seems people are very wary of financial encouragement from internet sources ... Can't say I blame them ...
what hogwash! American funds placed 10 funds which are some of the largest funds on MONINGSTARS FANTASTICS 51.
This article was written by a bumbling idiot.
Go back to school fool!
Another article to try to get people to not make money. The rich don't want anyone to get rich just themselves. Since 1967 I have made a lot and I mean a lot of money from Mutuals. So just sit back and let someone tell you what to do and retire on $1500 a month or become involved and watch and make a pot of money.
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