It may be true that past performance doesn’t guarantee future results, but a long track record may play well with investors during these tumultuous times. And that’s exactly what some prominent blended funds bring to the table.

“It’s nice to know there are funds that have been around and seen these sorts of fluctuation before,” said Dylan Cathers, mutual fund analyst at Standard & Poor’s, “and that they’ve weathered the storms.”

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