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i think there is no specific answer to this question. I think it would be a wise decision to diversify your portfolio of mutual funds to invest in. it also depends on your investment objectives in the short term or long term. it also depends on the risks you are willing to take. ask your financial advisor and also second, third, fourth, fifth opinion,....
I prefer Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Index funds, but to truely answer your question I have to ask what is your goal?
It of course depends on many variables. First and foremost, what are your goals? What is your time frame? Is this investment in a tax deferred account or taxable? You can get even more granular when considering which asset class you're evaluating.
In general, look for no-load funds. Consider exchange traded funds if you're attempting to track a particular benchmark/index. If you're a small investor and looking for a "one-stop- solution"...consider a balanced or target fund.
The best mutual funds to invest in would be those that match your long term goals. The best way is to follow an asset allocation model. Every fund deals with certain asset class (large cap value, growth, blend), intermediate cap, small cap, and international. Another asset class in bonds (long term, medium, and short. Based on your age you should have that percentage in bonds ( 60 years old-60% bonds). Find the funds with the best long term record 10 years plus. You should be able to find this type of information on your web page where your retirement accounts are held.
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