Mutual Funds

Differences Between Types of Mutual Funds

What is an “open-ended fund”?

An open-ended fund is a mutual fund that has no restrictions on the number of shares it issues to the public, and is continuously buying and selling shares of its portfolio of stocks to both new and current investors. Most mutual funds are open to investors.


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