Fund rating lists are biased and often do not base their ratings on the quality of the underlying funds, a report has warned.
Best buy lists and fund rating agencies, often used by advisers to select funds for their portfolios, may be misleading as they do not always choose the funds based on their quality and longevity of returns,...
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