Editor's note: The following are questions received from viewers of "Mad Money," seen every day at 6 p.m. EST on CNBC.
: First of all, I own this stock in my charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS. In my opinion, UnitedHealth has bottomed out for the time being. The managed health group looks particularly cheap, and management has handled the investigation as best as can be expected.
Based on your investment guidelines, I'm probably better off starting investing in mutual funds. What is your favorite choice for college students?-- Alex from Pennsylvania
: I believe that younger investors can afford to take on relatively more risk. With that in mind, my favorite mutual fund is
Legg Mason Partners Aggressive Growth
(SHRAX), where manager Richie Freeman has an outstanding track record over the past two decades.
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