With more than 14,000 mutual funds on the market today, many investors find themselves standing on the sidelines, overwhelmed, unsure about which funds are the right ones for their portfolios. Deciding what mutual funds to invest in can be a daunting process. The stakes are high, the margin for error small.So how to do find the funds that will build your portfolio today and carry it into the future? With the brand-new 2002 edition of the Morningstar Funds 500. This annual reference guide is an indispensable tool for any do-it-yourself fund-picker. It's packed with full-page reports on 500 carefully selected funds: the industry's most-popular funds, bold newcomers, niche players, and more. This elite group allows you to focus your valuable research time on funds worthy of your consideration. These full-page reports make comparing funds a snap. The report pages also include:
- Morningstar's prestigious star ratings
- Performance graphs and analysis
- Manager's investment style and strategy
- Risk and tax analysis
About Morningstar: Morningstar, Inc. is a global investment research firm, offering an extensive line of products and services for individuals, financial advisors, institutions, and the media. As a trusted, independent company, Morningstar provides information, data, and analysis of stocks, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, closed-end funds, and variable annuity/life subaccounts.
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