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Handbook for No-Load Fund Investors

Sheldon Jacobs

Handbook for No-Load Fund Investors

by Sheldon Jacobs

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Published by Irwin Professional Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Business / Economics / Finance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12029889M
    ISBN 101556232233
    ISBN 109781556232237
    OCLC/WorldCa233546656

      The No-Load Fund Investor tracks nearly 1, no-load funds and ETFs. It combines data, comparative reports of performance and specific recommendations. It also offers model portfolios targeted to different goals, lifestyle and preferred source of transactions. Sheldon Jacobs founded this highly acclaimed monthly newsletter in In , Mark Salzinger. Even more detail on fees and performance can be obtained from the “Handbook for No-Load Fund Investors.” It’s available by sending $36 to the No-Load Fund Investor, P.O. Box , Hastings-on Author: Bill Sing.

    No-load funds don’t charge a front-end or back end load. Announcer: And Tanya paid a back-end load – a fee when she sold the fund. Susan: Right. NASD also has rules on this. If a fund’s annual 12b-1 fees exceed % of the fund’s average annual net assets, it can’t be called a .   Sheldon started The No-Load Fund Investor newsletter in , before Morningstar ever issued a star rating or people even considered making “smart-beta .

    ETF and mutual fund shares traded through a broker are required to settle in two business days. Costs Despite Negative Returns. Investors in mutual funds must pay sales charges, annual fees, management fees and other expenses (discussed on pages 24–32), regardless of how the mutual fund performs. Investors may also have to.   "The Mutual Fund Industry Handbook is a remarkably important work I am profoundly impressed by the broad and comprehensive sweep of information and knowledge that this book makes available to industry participants, college and business school students, and anyone else with a serious interest in this industry." -- From the Foreword by John C. Bogle President, Bogle Financial Markets.


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Investors can certainly stick to broad, cap-weighted stock-index funds, Jacobs said—he owns shares in Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund VTSMX, +%, for. These top no load funds and ETF lists offer a full spectrum of low cost no load mutual fund and ETF choices for any investor.

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Mutual fund investors have to be conscious of the fees they pay management companies to invest their money, and no-load mutual funds can be a great way to avoid some of the worst fees that Wall.

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The Handbook for No-load Fund Investors, avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5. A mutual fund load is a fee charged when an investor makes a transaction in fund shares. Loads may be charged upon purchase of fund shares (front-end load) or upon the sale of fund shares (back-end loads).

These loads are paid to the broker for selling the fund (or advising an investor to the buy the fund). Mutual funds that do not charge loads. Therefore no-loads generally make more sense than load-waived funds, at least in terms of lower expenses, which can lead to higher returns.

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