All about Mutual Funds

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McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Business & Economics - 255 pages
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This guide aims to provide objective, time-tested methods for evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of investing in mutual funds to determine the best for your needs. It covers items including the various types available, how to use the Internet for mutual fund investing and strategies for maximizing your return of investment. The second, expanded edition includes extensive changes based on the Internet as a tool for investing, from how to find the best information to how to harvest on-line. The new material also includes risk tolerance tests and risk control techniques.

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Contents

How to Select a Mutual Fund
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Six Reasons for Fluctuations in Net Asset Value
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Stock Market Indices
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