Financial advisors want fund companies to disclose their portfolio holdings more frequently and to include more detailed data in those reports, according to a study released today.

Sixty-seven percent of advisors surveyed said they could provide their clients with better advice if mutual fund companies disclosed their holdings more than twice a year. The study was conducted by Harris Interactive, of Rochester, N.Y., for MetaMarkets.com, of San Francisco.

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