Mutual funds feel heat from do-it-yourselfers

Lee, Karen
December 2000
Employee Benefit News;Dec2000, Vol. 14 Issue 14, p47
Deals with the growing popularity of consultant-wrap and mutual fund wrap accounts and the self-directed do-it-yourself mutual funds to workers in the United States. Amount of stocks and bonds managed in consultant wraps in 1999; Mutual fund flows from wraps for the first quarter of 2000; Advantages of wrap programs; Account sizes of mutual fund wraps; Cost of self-directed mutual funds.


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