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  2. Mutual Funds: Everything You Need To Know

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    A passively managed mutual fund includes investments that mirror the investments in the benchmark with the goal of having the same performance as the benchmark.

  3. Expense Ratio: The Mutual Fund Stat You Can't Afford to Ignore

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    One of the great selling points of mutual funds is that they're fire-and-forget investment vehicles. You make your contributions, and then check in on your fund's performance every once in a while ...

  4. Mutual fund - Wikipedia

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    Mutual funds are regulated by governmental bodies and are required to publish information including performance, comparison of performance to benchmarks, fees charged, and securities held. A single mutual fund may have several share classes by which larger investors pay lower fees. Hedge funds and exchange traded funds are not mutual funds.

  5. Mutual fund fees and expenses - Wikipedia

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    Mutual fund fees and expenses. Mutual fund fees and expenses are charges that may be incurred by investors who hold mutual funds. Operating a mutual fund involves costs, including shareholder transaction costs, investment advisory fees, and marketing and distribution expenses. Funds pass along these costs to investors in several ways.

  6. Past performance - Wikipedia

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    Mutual Fund Disclosures. The phrase “past performance is not an indicator of future performance” (or similar) can be found in the fine print of most mutual fund literature. Nonetheless, past performance of an investment fund or portfolio, and the management thereof, is frequently considered when judging the fund or the management of it.

  7. Active management - Wikipedia

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    In reality, a large percentage of actively managed mutual funds rarely outperform their index counterparts over an extended period of time because 45% [citation needed] of all mutual funds are "closet indexers" — funds whose portfolios look like indexes and whose performance is very closely correlated to an index (see the term R 2 or R ...

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