PORTFOLIO MANAGERS FOR EVERYMAN Yes, you can find an expert to handle the $25,000 you want to invest. A tip from several of the best of the breed: Cut back on stocks -- fast

Fisher, Anne B.; Autry, Ret
October 1989
Fortune;Fall1989 Special Issue, Vol. 120 Issue 10, p207
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