Time to focus on contributions for Uniform Gifts to Minors.

At least in the Cramer household. We have seen a dramatic decline in the funds we use for our kids, which means it is time to break the once-a-month contribution and put more money to work than usual.

What's precipitating this "panic" into the market? Things like the

(LOMCX)

CGM Capital Development fund's astounding 18% decline last month. That's just shocking to me, especially because it is my number one fund mentioned in

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