In the Margins

Investors weigh in on reopening closed funds

March 14, 2016

By Morningstar

Outflows from actively managed funds have led to the reopening of once-closed funds with good long-term performance, according to Morningstar's Russ Kinnel. "This flurry of reopening prompted us to ask our readers: What closed funds would you like to see reopen and why?" Read the original story from Morningstar.

 

 

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