The Next Market Crash Looms Large in Fund Reform

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In theory, funds cover the gamut of liquidity, from money-market funds promising instant conversion into cash when needed to real estate assets filled with property that’s difficult to value and hard to offload swiftly. In between are credit funds, which buy corporate bonds of varying creditworthiness, and equity products, with stakes in both publicly traded stocks and private companies.