If you could buy only one mutual fund, it would make a lot of sense to buy a total market index fund. Since the fund aims to replicate the performance of a broad index, it may carry less risk than a more narrowly focused fund. And if you choose the right index to emulate, you should have decent returns.
But what if you were use three funds to achieve the same purpose? Would they perform better than the single fund?
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