No-Load Fund

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No-Load Fund

A type of Mutual Fund that does not impose extra charges for administrative and selling expenses incurred in offering its shares for sale to the public.

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Q I'm very interested in no-load mutual funds and how they work.
We believe our best opportunity for growth at this time lies in concentrating our efforts on serving our existing institutional clients and no-load mutual fund shareholders.
Also keep in mind that the cost advantage of no-load stocks versus funds means that a typical no-load mutual fund must outperform a portfolio of no-load stocks by at least 2% every year in order to generate the same "after-fee" returns.
Donoghue's Premier No-Load Mutual Fund Conference is produced in association with Sound Money Investors and is sponsored by Jack White & Company, America's leading discount broker.
The Selected Funds is a family of no-load mutual funds designed to meet various investment objectives.
NEW YORK -- The Arbitrage Fund (ARBFX & ARBNX), a 4-Star Morningstar-rated(1) No-Load Mutual Fund that invests in merger arbitrage situations, has reopened to the public now that major mergers have returned to the market, says Arbitrage Fund founder and portfolio manager, John S.
For the last four years, Scottrade has been the only major online brokerage firm not charging a transaction fee on any online no-load mutual fund order.
SAN DIEGO -- Rice Hall James & Associates announced today that the Rice Hall James Micro Cap Portfolio (Ticker: RHJSX), a no-load mutual fund, will close to new investors on August 31, 2004.
SAN DIEGO -- Rice Hall James & Associates, LLC announced today that it has introduced The Rice Hall James Mid Cap Portfolio, a no-load mutual fund.
The managed accounts have attracted their share of critics, who question everything from the size of the fees - which can be well over double the charges levied by many no-load mutual funds - to the qualifications of the brokers to serve as financial advisers.
Nasdaq-NNM: TROW), one of the nation's leading sponsors of no-load mutual funds, announced the introduction of a new equity fund investing in stocks of companies that are considered undervalued.
Through FundVest, investors can buy, sell or exchange an array of load and no-load mutual funds without incurring regular transaction fees.