Funds of Funds (FOFs) are mutual funds that hold shares of other mutual funds. Over the past couple decades, they have grown in popularity. For example, in 1999 there were 212 such funds with total net assets of $48 billion. By 2010, the figures had grown to 932 funds and $673 billion in total net assets.
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