Mutual Fund Investing

Mutual funds are one of the most commonly held investments in America, thanks largely in part to their proliferation in 401(k) plans. Here, we examine mutual funds, their purpose, and using them in your investing strategy.

What is a Mutual Fund Adjusted Net Asset Value?

What is a Mutual Fund Adjusted Net Asset Value?

Lacking the sharp fluctuation of stocks, the NAV of a mutual fund is adjusted at the end of each trading session to reflect the individual values of the securities in the fund. Also, NAV is adjusted to the dividend payout for accurately calculated returns, giving an investor a deeper look.
What is Mutual Fund Load Cost?

What is Mutual Fund Load Cost?

Are you asking yourself “What is mutual fund load?” The terms load and no-load often come up in the discussion of mutual funds. While it is important for investors to understand the difference, it is also imperative to learn how the sales charges work.

How Money Market Account Mutual Funds Work

Mutual funds for many are a corner stone of their investment strategy. This article narrows in on the class of investments known as money market mutual funds - what they are, how they work, how to search for them and the level of risk involved.
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