The 10 largest equity mutual funds of 1999 have seen their assets fall $138 billion as poor performance and scandals have sent investors fleeing, according to USA Today.

Fidelity Magellan, once the largest mutual fund with $106 billion in assets, now has only $63 billion. The Vanguard 500 Index fund, currently the largest equity fund, has watched its assets shrink from $105 billion to $84 billion.

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