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This is getting stupid. When TMF understands basic statistics and why you can't predict future performance from past results and is then willing to suggest how there are legitimate ways for using low-cost, no-load stock picking funds in a complex, slice and dice style, portfolio, where index funds are not viable for some niches (because stock picking funds are less restricted than index funds so they are not really holding the same stocks as the index they supposedly track, allowing, for example, a small cap growth fund to hold onto the best companies that emerge from the small caps instead of having to sell them at a cut-off), or other legitimate purposes, then I might be willing to go back to having some respect for TMF.
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