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Old 07-15-2007, 09:49 AM   #1
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Look at Giuliani's mutual fund picks

MSN Money had a recent article about Guiliani's mutual funds. I noticed that they are mostly B shares. I thought we were always told to avoid B shares because of their high fees, etc.

Giuliani's portfolio is full of dogs -- MSN Money

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Giuliani's portfolio is full of dogs
Well, thank goodness he hasn't quit his day job...


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There is a link to another article about Barack Obama's investment strategy. He sounds like he belongs on this forum!

A look at Barack Obama the investor - MSN Money
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