Garett Van Wagoner of the VanWagoner Funds, who suffered major losses in the bear market by betting on technology and dot-com companies, will charge investors based on how his funds fare against competitors, Reuters reports.

The common method is yearly costs being based on asset levels in a fund, but now VanWagoner will lower his fees if he fails to beat his benchmarks, according to a filing with the SEC.

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