Few funds have had as wild a ride or are such a study in contrasts as the Jacob Internet Fund, New Jersey's Daily Record reports.

At the height of the Internet bubble, the fund had $300 million in assets and was returning triple-digit returns. Then, in 2000, it declined 79% in value and investors began heading for the doors.--the beginning of a downward spiral that took the fund down to a mere $10 million in assets.

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