Warren Buffett Highlights The Mediocre Returns Of Many Funds

The number of funds operating in the U.S. providing high quality investment opportunities for people looking to secure their own future is being shown to be low by some of the major figures in the financial industry. Tim Armour of the Capital group has been explaining his view of a year long bet that is drawing to a close for the well known billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who he feels is highlighting the low yield levels offered by most hedge funds directed towards retirement planning investors.

Buffett stands to make around $1 million for charity by outperforming a number of hedge fund managers who he has take on with a so-called passive low yield investment. Armour feels the high maintenance fees and excessive trading done by the majority of funds targeted to investors are not offering value for money in any way.

Tim Armour is well known for the success he continues to have as an investment specialist who acts as the CEO and President of Capital Group, for whom he also remains an active trader heading a number of different funds and divisions.

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The work of Tim Armour as a financial specialist began at Capital and has continued with the same group where he has built an impressive level of investment experience Timothy Armour uses to provide high levels of success for his clients. The main areas of investing experience and knowledge built up over his career at Capital are based in the global communications arena.

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