How to buy mutual funds the smart way

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Dearborn Financial Publishing, 1993 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
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The completely updated How to Buy Mutual Funds the Smart Way provides all the information an investor needs to select the best funds -- a complex and challenging task -- while paying the lowest possible commission.It highlights the latest developments, including investing through the Worldwide Web, 401 (k) plans, index funds, buying funds at a discount, and one-stop shopping through discount brokers. It contains worksheets to compare funds and track performance, as well as a glossary.

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First Some Background
How To Read the Mutual Fund Listings
Why Big Investors Buy Mutual Funds

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Littauer is author of several investment guides.

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