When Not to Buy NFOs

The worst time is when they are offered as lollipops

The business of mutual fund industry rests on a strange paradox. Investors should buy funds when the market is down. But they don’t – for a variety of irrational factors. So, fund companies don’t have much of a choice in when to launch funds. Fund companies are able to make new fund offers only when the market has been on a strong uptrend...

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