Competition between Internet funds has heated up so much that they are grabbing at every possible opportunity to build market share.

When Ryan Jacob, portfolio manager for The Internet Fund of North Babylon, N.Y. announced his intention to leave the fund, it only took the Monument Internet Fund of Washington, D.C. a couple of days to come up with a strategy to win away investors disgruntled with Jacob's departure.

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