Two investment advisers with websites that facilitate online community investing have disclosed plans to introduce mutual funds that will be run by individual investors, not veteran fund managers.

Both of Los Altos, Calif. and of Berkeley, Calif. have announced that they will allow amateur investors to oversee the management of mutual funds yet to be created and registered with the SEC.

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