Mutual fund accounts are increasingly popular, but there are allegations that some big late day traders put smaller investors at a distinct disadvantage. A panel joins Diane to talk about the mutual fund industry and the new charges.


  • Arthur Levitt Former chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Manny Schriffres Senior editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine
  • Matthew Fink President, Investment Company Institute


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