Although the market overall has been doused by subprime loans, individual mutual funds aren’t likely to have much exposure to the volatile sector, the Associated Press reports.

Most sub-prime lenders are small-cap companies, and, as such, funds won’t have large amounts of cash invested in them. In addition, most mutual funds are diversified.

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