Tuesday, December 15, 2009

mutual funds costs

Costs are the biggest problem with mutual funds. These costs eat into your return,
and they are the main reason why the majority of funds end up with sub-par
What's even more disturbing is the way the fund industry hides costs through a layer
of financial complexity and jargon. Some critics of the industry say that mutual fund
companies get away with the fees they charge only because the average investor
does not understand what he/she is paying for.
Fees can be broken down into two categories:
1. Ongoing yearly fees to keep you invested in the fund.
2. Transaction fees paid when you buy or sell shares in a fund (loads).


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