Registrant Vs. Issuer of Mutual Funds?

Answer Every year the Securities and Exchange Commission requires that each mutual fund file an annual report for the regulating authority to review. The SEC also makes this report available to the public... Read More »

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Are index funds better than mutual funds?

On One Hand: Index Funds have Lower Fees.Index funds are a type of mutual fund that measures the total value of a group of stocks. Generally index funds resemble the fluctuations of the entire mark... Read More »

The Role of Hedge Funds & Hedge Fund-Like Mutual Funds in a Portfolio?

The initial design of the hedge fund provided a hedging or insurance for the investment portfolio. Now hedge funds offer aggressively managed portfolios with fewer limitations on the investment cho... Read More »

How to Search for Mutual Funds?

Whether you are saving for retirement, funding a college fund for your children, or just putting money aside for a rainy day, mutual funds can provide long-term growth, current income and financial... Read More »

Are mutual funds insured?

According to the Securities and Exchange Commission, mutual funds are not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or any other government agency. Mutual funds, like stocks, carr... Read More »