Doug Fabian, president of Fabian Wealth Strategies, has, once again, released his “lemon list” of poorly performing funds that underperform their category averages not just over a period of one years, but also three and five years. Of the 8,500 funds in the database, 2,244 failed to make the grade.

Mutual funds on the ‘lemon list’ are not just from obscure fund families, Fabian said. Rather, they include funds from names like Fidelity, Putnam and Vanguard.

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