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Tip of the Day "Fee-Only" is Your Friend

"Fee-Only" is Your Friend - Unlike financial advisors that work on a fee-base or commission-base service, "Fee Only" based advisors are the only ones legal obligated to act in your...

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Investment Company amendments act of 1970

Investment Company amendments act of 1970 - It is the amendment to the Investment company act of 1940, which happen in 1970. It is to regulating the sale chargers and withdrawal penalties from a mutual fund. The act also set the maximum load fee that mutual fund can charge to an investor can determines how the fees may be set in the accumulation plans for the securities. That the established regulation of the 1940?s act that are concerning of the sales charges, fees and the withdrawal penalties. With this amendment to the act a new term the 12b-1 fee was created to help with extra charges made to an investor.

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Definition of the Day Block Positioner

Block Positioner - A block positioner is a member who is registered in the Securities and Exchange Commission, and who deals, sells, securities while taking a long or short position with stocks and bonds. A block positioner takes this stance with the hopes that he or she will net a...

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