Mutual fund inflows continue to rise as investors of all ages jump back into baskets of stocks to round out and grow their portfolios for the long haul.

But with so many options available to them, some investors are finding it much more difficult to sort out exactly which funds make the most sense for them from both a cost and investment perspective, according to Madison, N.J.-based financial advisory firm Brinton Eaton.

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