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Chris, personally I'm less interested in the fund company than in the specific fund. Unless it's a really tiny fund company where the same guy is managing all the money (say, Irwin Michael over at ABC).

At most fund companies, they have at least a dozen funds, which means each fund is managed by a different person or team. Their track record is the one that counts.

I dumped my PH&N equity fund last year after several years of anemic performance, but I would have no hesitation buying their Dividend fund if I didn't already own a dividend fund from TD.


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