The average stock-market mutual fund was down almost three per cent for the year.
For consumers, money market funds generally function as a cross between a mutual fund and a bank account.
Think about a mutual fund market where data on market returns were nonexistent.
Turn them into mortgage mutual fund companies knees.
All companies will be held by a giant mutual fund that every citizen shares in.
If you don't believe me, read a book about the legal challenges to starting a hedge fund or mutual fund.
Every pension fund and mutual fund should be working together toward the same end.
But it stopped working, and now the legendary mutual fund manager is retiring.
Harvesting losses with a mutual fund is a little easier.
Not according to some mutual fund industry critics, who say investors should avoid funds with high fees.
British Dictionary definitions for mutual fund
(US & Canadian) an investment trust that issues units for public sale, the holders of which are creditors and not shareholders with their interests represented by a trust company independent of the issuing agency British equivalent unit trust
A company organized for the purpose of making investments. A mutual fund gets its capital stock from private individual investors, who, in effect, allow the mutual fund to decide where to invest their money.