The Decade's 10 Worst Fund Disasters

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The Reserve Primary Fund

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On Sept. 16, 2008, the iconic Reserve Primary Fund’s price dipped below $1 per share, shattering the notion that money market funds couldn’t lose money. Alarmed shareholders immediately lined up to withdraw their investments, and soon the panic spread to the rest of the money market sector.

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