It’s hard to figure out, but the chances your money market fund owns any securities like subprime mortgage debts are minimal. The subprime crisis has been going on for three months, while a money fund portfolio turns over, on average, every 30 days. The vast majority of securities that held any kind of threat are long gone. And we’ve seen some fund advisers purchase troubled securities from funds or say they will back them up.

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