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Tip of the Day Borrow No More Than 30% of Your Available Credit

Borrow No More Than 30% of Your Available Credit - You should borrow no more than 30% of your available credit each month if you wish to keep your credit...

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Publicly-Traded Fund

Publicly-Traded Fund Is different from a mutual fund because it does not redeem shares in the same manner. There are always a predetermined number of shares that are outstanding, so it will act similar to a stock. There is a public offering of the shares of the fund and after this original period, the shares are free to be sold on the stock exchange. Also, the cost of the shares of the publicly-traded are fund are determined entirely by their market demand, which makes it possible to sell shares for a premium when the demand is high. This is also referred to sometimes as a closed-end fund.

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Well, isn’t that more profitable than investing in a mutual fund? By the descriptions that are given here I do believe so. And would there be any difference in the number of shares that are mandatory to be bought.

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Very good news about the trading funds, way to go!

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Enhanced Index Fund - an enhanced index fund is strategy term employed to outperform traditional indexing. The fund is aimed at an index (an indicator, representing the value of a security) but the fund is also attempting to boost returns by staying clear of the index in order to...

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