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Financial terms in "Mutual Funds"

1. pooled fund

2. Share

3. financial analyst

4. Lipper Leader

5. energy ETF

6. collective trust

7. foul weather fund

8. redemption suspension

9. anti-reciprocal rule

10. trust-issued receipts

11. Registrar

12. active index fund

13. gold fund

14. Lipper Mutual Fund Industry Average

15. ETF wrap

16. mutual fund share classes

17. emerging market fund

18. vice fund

19. dividend exchange traded fund

20. Level 3 asset

21. Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA)

22. No-Load Fund

23. stock fund

24. mutual fund symbol

25. Listing

26. worthless

27. unit linked


29. collective investment scheme

30. Aggressive Growth Fund

31. steel industry ETF

32. portfolio depositary receipt

33. Restricted security

34. Financial instrument

35. Government Investment Unit

36. hidden load

37. stable

38. actively managed ETF

39. fine paper

40. pula fund

41. Sharpe ratio

42. subadvisor

43. Long Position

44. average cost basis method

45. private placement

46. 12b-1 fee

47. dual-purpose fund

48. auto industry ETF

49. muni fund

50. redeem

51. fair weather fund

52. creation unit

53. circular

54. single-country mutual fund

55. fixed income fund

56. managed currency fund

57. money market mutual fund

58. active-share study

59. Chartered Mutual Fund Counselor (CMFC)

60. fund category

61. load-adjusted return

62. distributor

63. Equity fund

64. out-of-favor

65. listed

66. index investing

67. debt fund

68. 12b-1 plan

69. asset size

70. fund administration

71. common contractual fund (CCF)

72. Chemicals Industry ETF

73. gaming industry ETF

74. pharmaceutical industry ETF

75. The Government Pension Investment Fund

76. silver ETF

77. Irish Stock Exchange (ISE)

78. Systematic withdrawal

79. rating

80. target fund

81. flexi-cap fund

82. modified Sharpe ratio

83. Capital gains distribution

84. discount to net asset value

85. mutual fund timing

86. ETF sponsor

87. feeder fund

88. Premium

89. yield tilt index fund

90. inverse ETF

91. master fund

92. Income Fund

93. sentiment

94. mutual fund wrap

95. semiconductor industry ETF

96. in escrow

97. China ETF

98. account fee

99. pooled internal rate of return (PIRR)

100. after reimbursement expense ratio

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A disclosure document explains how a financial product or offering works. It also details the terms to which you must agree in order to buy it or use it, and, in some cases, the risks you assume in making such a purchase.For example, publicly traded companies must provide all available information that might influence your decision to invest in the stocks or bonds they issue. mutual fund companies are required to disclose the risks and costs associated with buying shares in the fund. Government regulatory agencies, such as the securities and exchange commission (SEC), self-regulating organizations, state securities regulators, and NASD require such disclosures.Similarly, federal and local governments require lenders to explain the costs of credit, and banks to explain the costs of opening and maintaining an account.Despite the consumer benefits, disclosure information isn't always easily accessible. It may be expressed in confusing language, printed in tiny type, or so extensive that consumers choose to ignore it.

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