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Subject: Re: Where to find Mutual Fund recommendations? Date: 12/13/2013 7:37 PM
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Recommendations at best are mutual funds the recommender thinks are good for themselves. At worst they are mutual funds the recommender is being paid to push.

Let me suggest you consider what your needs are and look at Morningstar. There are two different systems at Morningstar. The well know "Star" system 5 being best 1 star being lowest rating are past performance. In the Premium system (costs money) they have analysis and a great deal of detailed information which will allow a person to make informed judgements.
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