Small investors looking to mitigate risk and employ a diverse strategy, but who don't know how to choose that one fund manager who will do it all might want to consider multi-management funds, according to an Associated Press feature.

Unlike conventional mutual funds, which rely on an individual or team who works together to build a fund's portfolio, multi-managed funds are pulled from the suggestions of several unaffiliated sub-advisors. 

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