Description - Morningstar Guide to Mutual Funds by Christine Benz
GUIDE TO MUTUAL FUNDS SECOND EDITION "Picking actively managed mutual funds is no mean challenge. And as the recent era underscores, past performance is of little help. The Morningstar Guide to Mutual Funds helps cut through the fog with a solid volume of constructive information. The central message--'truly diversify, keep it simple, focus on costs, and stick with it'--is not only timeless, it is priceless." --John C. Bogle, founder and former CEO, The Vanguard Group "Successful investors know they must do their own due diligence. Morningstar has done much of that homework in this guide. Leave it to Morningstar to get it right, offering smart ways to pick, build and monitor a portfolio. It's a commonsense guide that should grace every investor's shelf." --Ted David, CNBC Anchor "There's nothing Morningstar doesn't know about mutual funds. And at last, for ready reference, there's a book. You'll find everything here you need to know about managing fund investments, inside or outside a 401(k)." --Jane Bryant Quinn, Newsweek columnist and author of Making the Most of Your Money
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Author Biography - Christine Benz
Christine Benz is Director of Mutual Fund Analysis at Morningstar, where she manages a staff of thirty-five mutual fund analysts. Previously, she was the editor of Morningstar(r) FundInvestor, a monthly newsletter, as well as Morningstar(r) Funds 500, an annual publication covering 500 top mutual funds. Morningstar, Inc., is a leading provider of investment research in the United States and in major international markets. The company offers an extensive line of Internet, software, and print-based products and services for individuals, financial advisors, and institutional clients. Morningstar provides data on more than 125,000 investment offerings, including stocks, mutual funds, ETFs, closed-end funds, and much more. The company has operations in sixteen countries.