CHICAGO -- Sometimes when a fund has a very good year, it can be a bad thing.
A surprisingly strong return usually prompts Fidelity Investments to contact a fund manager to find out what is going on, says Jeff Mitchell, the firm's head of research in global asset allocation.
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