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I'll add my voice to this chorus. Over time I've bought every one of the Rule Makers, except for the Dow Dividend group, Yahoo (still thinking about it), and TROW. TROW seemed to me like it didn't belong from the start. It is far from being a leader in the mutual fund industry. The clear leaders, head and shoulders above the rest, are Vanguard and Fidelity. Too bad they are not publicly traded, but that doesn't change the fact that TROW is a second tier player.

My candidate for replacing TROW would be Schwab. They have very strong financials (although I haven't scored them in detail) and the qualitative characteristics of a Rule Maker par excellence.

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