Present value of $10,000 investment made January 3, 1994 minus fees and commissions. Rates reflect Wednesday close. Copyright 1994, The Meyers Report
Like the impending strike, the horses are suited up and ready as though this were the season finale. U.S. Savings Bond hit a grand slam in his final at-bat, rounding the bases to score $10,253, securing his team's first-place standing. Money Market, in second place, and 90-day CD, in third, are hoping to show their true colors in the playoffs. Final pre-strike standings left Money Market Funds with $10,189 and 90-day CD with $10,163. All the rest are having a losing season. Lipper International Funds remains in fourth place, while Lipper Mutual Funds slips lower into its slump and into eighth. Silver's been shaky and this week holds onto sixth with a score of $9,579. Gold's slump seemed to be lessening as it captured seventh. OTC and 30-year T-Bond seem out of the running. In tenth, 30-Year scored $9,009. OTC gained $57 on their average but did nothing with its standing, remaining in ninth place.