Of course, the real question for fund companies is whether the public will buy.
But how could the fund company turn away all those people who still wanted in?
And performance is not the only thing a fund company looks for.
At the very least, the fund company should be willing to tell you.
The fund companies do not know who their customers are, they simply get the money.
Some states, including Ohio, are trying to add fund companies for coming years.
But fund companies have discovered how important they are today.
Why should the same not be true among mutual fund companies?
For that to happen, he needs other fund companies to join him.
Over all, mutual fund companies are having one of their best years ever.