Fremont Funds of San Francisco has decided to waive its $2,000 minimum for taxable accounts and $1,000 minimum for retirement accounts for the Fremont U.S. Small-Cap Fund. The company said it was granting the waiver, through September 30, so that investors seeking to diversify their portfolios would have greater access to one of the top performing funds in the U.S. small-cap sector. The fund returned 10.82 percent in 1998, according to Lipper.
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