Clear communication with advisors on how a fund company will address a fund's size is critical, says Jeff Daniher, a financial advisor in Cincinnati.

If a fund has done very well, and some of the small-cap stocks it holds have become mid-caps, the fund can continue to hold them as long as it is extremely clear about what is happening, he said.

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