NOK Asset Holder ANCFX Included in 10 Best Mutual Funds: Free Report Focuses on Diverse Group of Mutual Funds Invested in Multinationals

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"Mutual Fund Investing 2008: The 10 Best Funds to Buy Now" was released today by, an investment advisory website from Business Financial Publishing. The 10 mutual funds in this special report represent a diverse group of funds invested in multinational companies based in the U.S. and overseas, including American Funds Fundamentals (ANCFX), which holds assets in the world's largest cell phone maker Nokia (NOK), as well as Vanguard International (VWIGX), which holds assets in the leading international gold and copper mining company, Rio Tinto (RTP).

I'm very positive on N-Gage. This is exactly what this market needs when it's clear that some of the operators have thrown in the towel.

    With "Mutual Fund Investing 2008: The 10 Best Funds to Buy Now," investors receive detailed and comprehensive research on 10 funds that are set to outperform the market for 2008. Because these mutual funds have invested in multinational companies they help investors reduce their exposure to the U.S. economy and provide a hedge against a possible U.S. recession.

Business Financial Publishing's Chief Investment Strategist Ian Wyatt said, "These funds do not rely solely on the U.S. market, which is currently quite turbulent. The American Funds Fundamentals is a great example of a fund that has a portfolio of strong assets, including John Deere, Merck, and Nokia, which has just released its gaming service and media sharing site that is tipping the scales. If there's one thing that's for sure in this rocky market, cell phones and their applications are not going out of style."

For a free copy of the report "Mutual Fund Investing 2008: The 10 Best Funds to Buy Now" go to:

Another fund in the report, Vanguard International Fund, has a strong holding in Rio Tinto that is expected to deliver big gains from the commodities supply and demand imbalance. As a multinational leading natural resources company with mines across the globe that produce copper, gold, silver, diamonds, aluminum, uranium and more, Rio Tinto is turning heads worldwide, and it is a stock that investors are increasingly taking greater positions in.

American Funds Fundamental's company holding with Nokia (NOK) is very exciting for investors. In early February, Nokia invited its N81 cell phone users worldwide to download a prerelease N-Gage application that allows users to buy and use games on the phones. The head of game development at the mobile gaming firm Digital Chocolate, Ilkka Paananen said, "I'm very positive on N-Gage. This is exactly what this market needs when it's clear that some of the operators have thrown in the towel." In addition Nokia has built a networking site giving users the power to share both videos and photos. Mobile social networks are expected to sharply increase in the next five years and this effort represents Nokia's way of tapping into this lucrative market. In just three years, as of February 8, 2008, Nokia has experienced a +142.1% gain. This is excellent news for investors who hold the American Funds Fundamentals mutual fund.

More information on American Funds and on the other nine mutual funds can be found on the website,

About and Business Financial Publishing is an investment advisory website from Washington, DC-based Business Financial Publishing, an independent publisher of paid subscription newsletters, special reports, and investment advisory websites.

Business Financial Publishing is led by founder Ian Wyatt who takes a leading role in the selection of investments and research as the Chief Investment Strategist. Ian has a passion for finding high quality investments and educating investors. He is assisted by a team of dedicated professionals who strive to provide the highest quality research and ongoing education of everything investment related in an easy to understand format for individual investors. represents the next stage of this expansive effort.

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