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Understanding Mutual Fund Fees - Mutual Funds - About.com
There are various classes of shares of each mutual fund available for ... of shares to investors -- the differences are in the fees and expenses of each share ...
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Mutual Fund Expenses May Determine Success in Stock Market
Almost every investor in the stock market should own some mutual funds even if individual stocks are your preferred weapon. Mutual funds can help ensure ...
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What Is the Mutual Fund Expense Ratio? - Investing for Beginners
The mutual fund expense ratio tells and investor how much money, as a percentage of a mutual fund's net worth, is used to pay fund expenses each year.
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Are No-load Mutual Funds Free? - Investing for Beginners - About.com
A load is but only one cost associated with owning a mutual fund. All mutual funds have what is known as internal expenses, which are simply fees to operate  ...
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Understanding Mutual Fund Fees - Financial Planning - About.com
When you're buying a mutual fund, one of the most important things you need ... are deducted from earnings each year to cover the fund's operating expenses.
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5 Mutual Fund Fees to Ask About - Money Over 55 - About.com
Here are 5 types of mutual fund fees to ask about before you invest. ... Actively managed funds have higher operating expenses than passive funds or index ...
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Expense Ratio - Are You Paying Too Much? - Money Over 55
When you buy a mutual fund, the fund is buying and selling the underlying ... ratio of 1.45% and an equivalent small-cap fund has annual expenses of 1.61%.
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No-Load vs Load Funds - Which is Best? - Mutual Funds - About.com
For example if a mutual fund has a total return of 10.00% before fees and expenses and the total expense ratio of the fund is 1.00%, the investor's actual return is ...
http://mutualfunds.about.com/od/noloadvsloadfunds/a/No-load-Vs-Load-Funds.htm
Why Invest in the Lowest Fee Mutual Funds? - Bonds - About.com
Find out why low expense ratios are so important to fund returns, and how you can benefit ... Mutual Fund Expenses May Determine Success in Stock Market ...
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Know Your No-Load Mutual Funds - About.com
No-load mutual funds are free of sales charges (loads), but they do have costs. ... Fees and expenses vary greatly from fund to fund and may range from less ...
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