mutual fund

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Synonyms for mutual fund

the pooled money that is invested in assets

a regulated investment company with a pool of assets that regularly sells and redeems its shares

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(6) As listed in the 2004 Mutual Fund Fact Book, Copyright [C] 2004 by the Investment Company Institute (
Assets under management (AUMs) of the mutual funds industry decreased from Rs622 billion as on June 30, 2017 to Rs610 billion as of June 30, 2018.
The company eliminated sales charges and became a pure no-load mutual fund complex.
The required data were the monthly data of Net Asset Value (NAV) of each Sharia mutual fund, Jakarta Islamic Index (JII), and interest rate during the 2011-2016 period.
All mutual fund purchases, for example, are executed at the public offering price which is based upon the "net asset value" (NAV).
"In Mutual Fund SIP on WhatsApp, we have a great product, a great cause (systematic wealth creation for our customers), and huge advantage of virality due to ubiquitous sharing potential of a platform like Whatsapp.
By design, equity mutual funds own a basket of stocks in their portfolios as a means to reduce risk and to better track the performance of the stock market.
Originality/value: This study attempts to investigate and discover more about determinants (return on investment, level of risk, liquidity and financial literacy) of mutual fund investment in Malaysia.
It is the obligation of the mutual fund industry to recognize this issue and stimulate the confidence in the minds of investors by reaching out to them and creating awareness about mutual funds as financial products and removing the confusions and beliefs associated with mutual funds as a new way of saving.
The SECP expects that the proposedmeasures would be helpful in encouraging qualified individuals to act as distributors to promote mutual funds as a preferred choice of investment.
"In the US, mutual fund investments are double that of bank deposits, while in India 40 per cent of the population have access to bank account and only 1.5 per cent of population has invested in mutual funds.
"End-of-Quarter Hail Marys," or as academia calls it, "Risk Shifting": Right before quarterly reporting, if a mutual fund's returns don't look good or they're just tracking the benchmark , the fund will take a huge gamble to see if they can eke out a little more return so they'll have something to brag about.
The Indian asset management business of Deutsche Mutual Fund has been acquired by Pramerica MF.
The size of Islamic mutual funds is 29.12% of total mutual fund industry.
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