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Subject: What Mutual Fund to invest in? Date: 5/5/2000 8:33 PM
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Hi Everyone,

I don't know if I should be posting this question on this board, but I will give it a shot.

I am 21 years old, work full time, and go to school part-time.

I have over 14K invested in the stock market, about 8 stocks in my portfolio.

I have been looking to invest more money in the market, but have decided that my next move would be mutual funds. I watch the tapes from Suzie Orman all the time, and she says, "If you start investing at the age of 25, $100 a month in a good fund, that by the time you retire you will have over $1,000,000. I was like Whoa! that is great.

My question for you all is....

Which fund do I invest in at such a early age? I have heard good things about the Janus Funds, Aim Weingarten, and a few others...

Does anyone have advice for me?

Thanks in advance,

Moneybags~
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