TITLE

On The Firing Line

AUTHOR(S)
Safian, Robert
PUB. DATE
August 2003
SOURCE
Money;Aug2003, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p18
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A few weeks ago, two dozen 'MONEY' writers and editors gathered in a conference room to grill one of our own. Writer Adrienne Carter had spent two months, along with senior writer Penny Wang and senior editor Pat Regnier, reporting and researching our sixth annual MONEY 100 list of the world's best mutual funds. After several hours of back and forth (including rigorous fund-by-fund challenges), we all walked out of the room convinced: This is our best MONEY 100 ever. Of course, there are times when we crave something a little sexier than funds, which is why this issue also includes a special package on "How to Make Your Fortune Now". You need to be willing to take real risks--with your time and your capital--to follow the example of Americans who are pursuing a faster road to wealth. This month we're offering free access to the subscriber-only area of the CNNMoney website (www.money.com). Use our best Web tools, search the magazine's archives, get exclusive updates of features like the MONEY 100 and much more.
ACCESSION #
10297879

 

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