Morningstar Provides Year-End Wrap-Up for Investors

If you're looking for an in-depth overview of the stock market's performance for 2000, or if you're wondering what trends may come into play with your investments for 2001, look no further than Morningstar's comprehensive Year 2000 in Review.

Find out which stocks, industries, ADRS, Large Caps, and mutual funds performed best during 2000, and which were the year's worst. Examine stock performance by type, sector, and industry.

Discover which of the year's new funds performed well, and learn which funds paid out the most in capital gain distributions.

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