The Price of Buying High

Luxenberg, Stan
February 2014
REP.;Feb2014, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p22
The article focuses on a study by Morningstar, which suggests the costs of ill-timed moves in the financial service industry. Morningstar found that many international funds had weak investor results and the average international equity fund returned 7.7 percent annually. Columbia Dividend Opportunity holds a diversified mix of stocks, which can increase their dividends.


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