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Tip of the Day Stocks are High Risk, High Reward

Stocks are High Risk, High Reward - Stocks when used properly and taken out on a long-term basis usually return more than more investments in dividends, although are really risky...

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Side Pocket

Side Pocket When a hedge fund opens a second account for its illiquid assets, it is called a side pocket. This keeps these assets separate from the liquid assets of the hedge fund, which provide benefits for certain members of the fund. The only people who stand to make considerable gains from a side pocket are those who are original members of the hedge fund. Anyone who has joined since the fund was started will not make any money from this type of account because this separate account will not apply to the investment that they have made since the account opened.

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Definition of the Day Back-End Load

Back-end load - A back-end load is a fee such as a sales charge or a commission, which investors pay when selling their mutual funds within a certain number of years, which is usually 5 or 10 years. The fee will be a percentage of the value that is being...

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