They certainly do. If they find that what the mutual fund offers is what they want. There is no one-size-fits-all for investing. You have to analyze your own needs – risk tolerance, time horizon, and investment goals – not to mention your own current financial situation and future prospects.

Why invest in mutual funds? Here are some very good reasons.

Top of the line financial management. They are managed by expert managers with decades of experience, who know more than you ever will. And as an individual, can you just call up some corporation for a meeting and get tons of financial data? The fund managers, who manage billions of dollars, can.

Diversification. This differs according to the type of fund, but you can get broad diversification to moderate your risk.

They save you time. Now you dont have to spend every waking moment pouring through countless companys financial data.

Protection from speculators. Many funds prohibit buybacks for a period to prevent the parasites from screwing things up.

SEC oversight – they are regulated too to prevent fraud and scams.

Variety – you can get stocks, bonds, or even hybrids for any investor taste.

Access to more international corporations – you can invest in companies across the globe, with your management team picking the best places for you. And by the way, can you speak over 20 languages to glean all the important financial data on where to invest??

As far as fund mangers go, ask the most revered investor in the world, Warren Buffet. He stronglyadvocates getting index funds- for the reasons listed above, plus the expenses are the absolute lowest – even as low as 0.05%. Try getting that at some hedge fund where they charge you 2% as a management fee and then suck up 20% of the annual profits.

In fact he made a famous bet that index funds over time would beat a list of hedge funds, andhe won it hands down. Those that try to beat the market almost always fail over the long term. And expenses can severely eat into your gains – which is why picking a low cost place (Vanguard, Schwab, Fidelity, T. Rowe Price etc) with no loads, no ripoff 12b-1 fees and lower costs can make you very wealthy over time.

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