Posted on: Tuesday, September 18, 2001
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62.5% Gain for past Year
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With CDs approaching zero, and stocks continuing to drop, and real estate projected to collapse, where is the place for safe capital (other than your funds)? Selling short is risky. (The only time I ever listened to a stock broker, I sold short in 1980 and lost $5k. Big Money back then!) Thanks for answering my previous e-mail. P.S. Why doesn't the WSJ list your fund as one of the top return funds? I believe I saw yours listed a couple of weeks ago as a 62.5% gain for the year (or year to date), but still not listed as a top ten return.
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