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Investing in Cash

Money Market Funds

What types of specific regulations guide the establishment of a money market fund?

Money market funds are required by law to have a weighted average maturity of 60 days or less, and not concentrate any single investment greater than 5% of the total portfolio, except in the case of purchasing government securities and repurchase agreements.



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