The Best Investment Politics Is Strong Performance
The safest way to deliver that performance is through indexing.
Once upon a time, there was Stein Roe Young Investors Fund. Launched in 1994, the fund was positioned as an educational tool. It owned companies that were familiar consumer brands--no faceless suppliers or boring business services, but instead everyday names like Coca-Cola (KO) or Disney (DIS). Parents would buy the fund for their children, who would then learn about investing by tracking the businesses they owned.
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