A number of years ago, I decided I wanted to invest in a fund that primarily dealt with Eastern European companies, seeing as how Poland and a number of other countries were poised to do very well. I found The World Funds' Eastern European Equity Fund (VEEEX). They recently sent a notice saying they were changing the focus of the fund to a more general European blend. I don't necessarily want to completely bail out of the fund, but I am seriously considering cashing out at least half of my holdings. My thinking is that this could either be the best fire sale in a long time (buy low!), or the rest of my money's going down the drain. Thoughts??
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