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    kevinjones
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    Know your appetite for risk before you start investing. The stock market can be a roller-coaster ride. If you don't have time to research and review stocks daily, try investing in a mutual fund account, at least to get started. Look for value. Use price-earnings ratios, usually reported in newspapers' stock tables, to compare a stock to industry norms before you buy.

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    shirley.williams
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    Investment in mutual funds means pooling money in bonds, short-term money market, financial institutions, stocks and securities and dishing out returns as dividends. Fund Managers manage the mutual funds. They are also referred to as portfolio managers.

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    Investing in mutual funds requires that you have a fair amount of knowledge of securities market, economy and the law governing mutual funds apart from an all-round knowledge and a bit of street smartness. When you buy mutual funds you are actually investing in the shares of a certain corporation which is an investment company or a trust. Such corporations share the dividend earned on their investments among all the investors. Thus the fruit of some of the finest money management is eaten by all the investors. We will briefly see how mutual funds work before proceeding on to explore ways of investing in mutual funds.

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    shirley.williams
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    The Mutual Funds are one of the best financial instruments offered to the public by the finance corporations. The Mutual Funds are collective investments, and use that money as investment in various stocks, bonds, and other securities to earn interest and disburse dividends.

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    Investing in mutual funds requires that you have a fair amount of knowledge of securities market, economy and the law governing mutual funds apart from an all-round knowledge and a bit of street smartness. When you buy mutual funds you are actually investing in the shares of a certain corporation which is an investment company or a trust. Such corporations share the dividend earned on their investments among all the investors. Thus the fruit of some of the finest money management is eaten by all the investors. We will briefly see how mutual funds work before proceeding on to explore ways of investing in mutual funds.

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    shirley.williams
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    Mutual funds invest in a broad range of securities. This limits investment risk by reducing the effect of a possible decline in the value of any one security. Mutual fund shareowners can benefit from diversification techniques usually available only to investors wealthy enough to buy significant positions in a wide variety of securities.

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    Most mutual funds' investment portfolios are continually monitored by one or more employees within the sponsoring investment adviser or management company, typically called a portfolio manager and their assistants, who invest the funds assets in accordance with its investment objective and trade securities in relation to any net inflows or outflows of investor capital (if applicable), as well as the ongoing performance of investments appropriate for the fund. A mutual fund is advised by the investment adviser under an advisory contract which generally is subject to renewal annually.

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    shirley.williams
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    the benefit of mutual fund investment is Professional Management. Mutual funds hire only the most (over) qualified and keen investment professionals to manage your funds. Since everyone in the industry is aiming to out-perform one another without taking on undue risks, even the worst fund is managed by someone more qualified than regular folks like you or I.

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    Estella
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    Mutual Funds is a good source of income, if you adequately managed, it become an excellent source of revenue for investors.

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    Zack90
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    A mutual fund is a professionally managed type of collective investment scheme that pools money from many investors and invests it in stocks. Investors put money into a pool. One professional makes all the decisions of what to invest in. All you have to do is decide when to leave.

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