The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 stiffened the requirements of all mutual funds to disclose their holdings on a quarterly basis. This was done in an effort to increase the fund’s transparency so as to protect Blue Collar Investors like ourselves. As a result, fund managers were exposed to the possibility of being found to hold certain poorly performing […]
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