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April 20, 1999 | A Times Staff Writer
For mutual fund investors, buying into the cyclical stock surge is easy enough--if you can stand the volatility. Several fund companies offer funds that specifically target industrial, commodity and/or other cyclical shares. But note: Many of these are small funds in terms of assets. That can add to their volatility as money moves in and out. When the stocks themselves are volatile, that's a recipe for big swings in the funds' values--up and down.
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April 20, 1999 | A Times Staff Writer
For mutual fund investors, buying into the cyclical stock surge is easy enough--if you can stand the volatility. Several fund companies offer funds that specifically target industrial, commodity and/or other cyclical shares. But note: Many of these are small funds in terms of assets. That can add to their volatility as money moves in and out. When the stocks themselves are volatile, that's a recipe for big swings in the funds' values--up and down.
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NEWS
December 20, 1990 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN
Question: When you lease a car, are you still protected by lemon laws, even though you are not the owner of the vehicle? Also, does investing in extended warranty coverage in any way extend your rights under the law, whether you are leasing or buying? --F.R.R. Answer: Whether a leased car is covered by a lemon law depends on the individual state's law. In California and Connecticut, which have some of the leading lemon laws, leased cars are covered.
NEWS
September 19, 1995 | TRACY WILKINSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a stunning reversal of battlefield fortunes, government and Croatian forces have taken large chunks of Serb-held land in northwest Bosnia and are now holding half the country, U.N. officials said Monday. But the government also came under increasing pressure to restrain itself lest the offensive derail the fledgling U.S. peace initiative. As the U.N. secretary general forecast the end of the peacekeeping mission in the former Yugoslav federation, Bosnia-Herzegovina's U.S.
NEWS
August 25, 1995 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Question: The transmission on our 1988 Taurus failed after 20,000 miles in 1989. A few weeks ago, the car died on the way to Las Vegas. The car was towed to a small garage in Las Vegas, which charged us $2,200 for a rebuilt transmission. We have a 60,000-mile extended warranty, so we called Ford, but they would not cover anything. If you consider that the rebuilt transmission had only 45,000 miles on it, don't you agree that Ford should be responsible?--E.G.
SPORTS
October 18, 1998 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As Gary Stevens left the winner's circle at Santa Anita, Bob Lewis had a parting question. "Uh, Gary," Lewis said, "you won't be too busy on Nov. 7, will you?" Stevens doesn't ride with a calendar, but that's one date he has committed to memory. "No," he said to Lewis, punctuating his succinctness with a big smile.
NEWS
February 22, 1998 | IRENE LACHER
Where other people see burglars under the bed, Tracey Ullman sees possibilities. Take the Beverly Hills Madam's bed. Please. "I love that she kept money underneath her bed," Ullman says, licking her creative chops. "She never gets up all day. If she ever has to get out of bed, it's like, 'Dammit, I've got to get out of bed. I've got to get dressed.' "That's when something major happens that she has to get dressed.
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