Investors looking for the best mutual fund advice would be better served creating an investment plan first, then finding suitable investments to complete their portfolio. Greg Phelps, President of Portfolio Architect
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) April 19, 2012
Portfolio Architect, a provider of flat fee mutual fund and ETF investment plans, went live on April 11th with a new tracking, analysis and educational website dedicated to the best mutual funds for any given time period. The site is not intended to give mutual fund advice to investors, but rather provide the education and resources necessary to help investors make smart decisions with their money.
BestMutualFund.org was launched in response to the extensive research the founders of Portfolio Architect had done on the subject. The term "Best Mutual Funds" receives over 9,000 searches each month on Google. Given the overwhelming investor desire to find top performing mutual funds, the firm wanted to be a resource for investors and add this additional service to it's lineup of investor education websites.
The firm notes that with investors searching for the best mutual fund in large numbers it's important to put their financial and investment plan first. BestMutualFund.org is not meant to provide fund recommendations. Actually it's meant to expose the fallacy of chasing mutual fund performance.
Over time the firm intends to uncover how there's little consistency between the best mutual funds of this time period and the next. As the best performing mutual funds are tracked each quarter investors will see that the main consistency in mutual fund performance is low mutual fund fees and expenses.