Marketocracy Masters Weekly Report
The best Marketocracy Masters fund this week is rmcduff:RMG2, at 6.8%, managed by Randolph C. McDuff.
For more comprehensive analysis of rmcduff:RMG2, follow this link: http://m100.marketocracy.com/rmcduff_RMG2/Best Holdings
The table below lists the top five holdings in rmcduff:RMG2.
The table below lists the one week and inception returns of the Marketocracy Masters funds, as well as the S&P 500 returns for the same periods.
To learn about the "Warren Buffets Next Door" (), follow this link: http://marketocracy.com/mds/wbnd.html.
To learn about all the Masters Funds, follow this link: http://m100.marketocracy.com/
Randolph C. McDuff
Randolph C. McDuff is a one of our very best fund managers at Marketocracy.com. We've tracked McDuff's RMG2 fund since 7/24/2000. Over the past 11.1 years he averaged 18.7% a year, while the S&P 500 has averaged -0.1% over the same period. This is why we started making his portfolio available for registered investment advisors and their clients in a managed account program.
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