So funds which shouldn't really be considered 'safe' are wrongly classified by Morningstar. And what happens after that is those misclassified funds *look* like they're performing better than their peers. They’re getting a yield pick-up that isn’t obvious from their holdings -->
Muncie Central high had a 94% grad rate last year. It also had 100 students classified as leaving to home school. The district is creating rules to lower that number -- but will Indiana act to curb hidden dropouts statewide?
Subject to the receipt of further information, I will be allowing, as President, the long blocked and classified JFK FILES to be opened.