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Mutual funds

A mutual fund is a company that combines, or pools, investors’ money and, generally, purchases stocks or bonds. Ideally, a fund’s size and resultant efficiency, combined with experienced management, provide advantages for investors that include diversification, professional stock and bond selection, low costs, and convenience.

In terms of legal structure, a mutual fund is a corporation that receives preferential tax treatment under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. The assets of a mutual fund consist almost entirely of the securities it holds in its portfolio. The most common type of mutual fund, called an open-end fund, allows investors to buy and sell stock in it on an ongoing basis.

Below is a sampling of our most widely used mutual funds

  • AIM Funds
  • Oppenheimer Funds
  • State Street Research
  • American Funds
  • Enterprise Group of Funds
  • Fidelity Distributors
  • John Hancock Funds
  • Kemper Funds
  • Putnam Investments
  • Van Kampen Funds

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