Regulators are continuing to warn fund companies about how they advertise their funds' performances.

Funds that advertise extraordinary investment performance earned last year should include prominent disclosure in their ads that warns investors about unusual factors behind the performance, NASD Regulation said in a notice to its members issued April 10. It is not sufficient to put warnings in small print in ads, NASDR said.

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