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No wonder the average investor significantly underperforms market returns that are theirs for the taking. After all, the financial media and the securities industry inundate investors with a daily barrage of new products and misleading information. Here are some recent examples: A dumb idea from Fidelity As reported in The New York Times, Fidelity has introduced a new app that identifies publicly traded companies in your neighborhood.
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