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No. of Recommendations: 2
braix - MidCap Growth, 4 Stars, no dividend yield, high expense ratio, high turnover, only 4 years managment tenure, high past performance less than 5 years history.

brsgx - SmallCap Growth, not rated, no dividend yield, acceptable expense ratio, acceptable turnover, only 2 years management tenure, high past performance but less than 3 years history.

brsvx - SmallCap Value, not rated, no dividend yield, acceptable expense ratio, acceptable turnover, only 2 years management tenure, high past performance but less than 3 years history.

brlgx - LargeCap Growth, not rated, low dividend yield, acceptable expense ratio, low turnover, only 2 years management tenure, good past performance but less than 3 years history.

brlvx - LargeCap value, not rated, low dividend yield, acceptable expense ratio, low turnover, only 2 years management tenure, good past performance but less than 3 years history.

Not knowing the context of these mutual funds, given the choice to walk away I would get some exercise. None of these get me really excited. If forced to choose, I would probably go with the small-cap value because that is my investment style.

Fuskie
Who thinks his opinion should carry no weight in your investment decision...
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