The top mutual funds in many major categories have fees that hover above their categories’ averages, Investor’s Business Daily reports, citing Morningstar data.

While some argue that funds with higher fees are better simply because the managers have to work harder to keep long-term performance numbers up, it is becoming clear that better-performing funds charge more.

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