More than 100 funds that had closed to new investors have reopened since the beginning of 2007, but advisers warn that investors shouldn’t be so quick to jump in, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Before the market meltdown, most of the funds that closed to new investments were top performers that could not properly invest large influxes of cash, and so, shut down.

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