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If you are thinking about investing and you want a wide variety of possible options, Principal Mutual funds may be a good choice. Mutual funds are different then common stock. A stock is one single investment, that depends solely on its performance to bring in revenue. A mutual fund is a group of investments that a combined together that are purchased as one product. This makes is easier for the single investor to purchase securities they could not usually afford.

Principal Mutual funds, like all mutual funds are managed funds. The manager of the funds responsibility is to pick the right investments for the fund. All mutual funds have fees attached to them, to pay for this service. Some fees are applied at the time of the purchase ( class A shares) , others are charged a fee at the time of a redemption ( class B shares) others are charged a fee if the shares are redeemed before a 12 month period ( class C shares) but come with a higher annual sales charge. There may be other fees and rules associated to the funds depending on the product.

Principal Mutual Funds are a divers group of products for every type of investor. They provide a service for the average person, all the way up to the professional trader. Principal offers a retirement plan for the long term investor, as well as global investors all over the world. They have hundreds of investment professionals working for you ,and trading in every times zone in the world.

The Principal Mutual Fund groups offer solutions to your long term goals, retirement, and short term allocation managements. They offer funds for the conservative investor as well as the more risk investor. Its important to know that Principal Mutual funds ,like all mutual funds are not federally insured.. Any purchase of these products does not constitute a deposit, it's a purchase. The value of the fund will vary, depending on market conditions and may lose money. There is no guarantee that the funds will grow, and like all security purchases, there are risks involved. The risks can be lowered by diversifying your portfolio, and holding on to your funds for longer periods of time. Mutual funds are primarily a longer term investment then common stock.

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