WASHINGTON D.C. - Terry K. Glenn, chairman of the Investment Company Institute lauded mutual fund investors for shrugging off the markets' downturn and focusing instead on long-term investment goals at the institute's general meeting here earlier this month.

Sound thinking on the part of investors was key in helping equity funds attract a record $309 billion in net new cash flow in 2000, Glenn said.

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