Fund managers, beware: you may have some worried phone calls from investors who read this morning's WSJ Fund Track column
. In it, Jonathan Burton lets investors know that diversified U.S. stock funds have risen 6.9 percent on average for the year, one of the smallest gains since 2002. Burton wrote the "volatile and uncertain" conditions that created the current situation will likely persist into 2008.
Volatile and uncertain conditions that favor growth stocks are likely to persist well into 2008 and perhaps longer, market strategists contend.
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