Mutual fund

Финансовый посредник, продающий свои акции населению, а полученные денежные фонды использующий для покупки акций, облигаций и прочих ценных бумаг других организаций для распределения полученного дохода на акции среди своих акционеров после вычета небольшой суммы на текущие расходы.

См. тж.: Financial intermediaries; Money market fund.

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An Introduction to Mutual Funds Worldwide (Securities Institute) An Introduction to Mutual Funds Worldwide (Securities Institute) This guide explains what mutual funds are, how they have developed and how they are used, regulated and administered across the globe. Both open-ended and closed-ended funds are described and the differences between the international markets, particularly USA, Europe and UK are addressed. Written by successful trainer and consultant, Ray Russell, the material reflects the growth and importance across the globe of mutual funds as a means of investing in worldwide economic development, whether to build a fund for retirement or otherwise. Readers will gain a basic appreciation of Mutual funds in their many forms, advocating the use of the mutual fund as a sensible, efficient and ultimately rewarding means of investment. It covers the origins, purpose, development, uses, operation and regulation of mutual funds and draws attention to similarities and differences between major jurisdictions, commenting on their unique features and approaches.
Mutual Fund Investor Mutual Fund Investor's Guide 2004 (Mutual Fund Investor's Guide) Written by nationally recognized fund expert Kirk Kazanjian, this comprehensive and accessible guide has been pointing investors in the right direction for over four years. The 2004 edition has been thoroughly revised for the year ahead, providing clear, practical advice on finding the right funds, choosing the best discount broker, and building a solid portfolio. The book also features updated performance data for more than 10,000 funds, compiled by the Value Line Mutual Fund Survey. Timely, targeted, and boasting a proven track record, Mutual Fund Investor?s Guide 2004 is an invaluable tool for investors of every income and experience level.
Smart GuideTM to Profiting from Mutual Funds Smart GuideTM to Profiting from Mutual Funds An all–you–need–to–know introduction to mutual funds—ideal for tentative beginners as well as veterans looking for a brush–up on the fundamentals of "wealth building" Smart Definitions of blended funds, balanced funds, and closed–end funds Smart Strategies for college savings, tax–free funds, and retirement plans Smart Tips on how to find reliable fund families and managers, and how to ride a volatile market Smart Advice on diversifying your investments, capitalizing on "bull" and "bear" market cycles, committing to aggressive growth funds, knowing when to "sell short," and much more Smart Tips on calculating interest–rate risk, choosing between taxable and tax–exempt funds, analyzing a fund?s performance history, and matching your fund family?s goals and style with your own Smart Insights into how mutual funds perform against CDs, individual stocks and bonds, and treasury securities Quick reading and easy referencing with a comprehensive index and...
Straight Talk About Mutual Funds: New and Updated Edition Straight Talk About Mutual Funds: New and Updated Edition Following the same reader-friendly format as the highly-acclaimed original, this edition covers all the basics of fund investing and includes a host of new, important information. In her characteristic easy-to-read style, Dian Vujovich offers tips on global investing, answers to the ``most asked'' questions from shareholders, more information on variable annuities, and timely suggestions on how to invest in a bear market. With helpful reference guides and a list of definitive ``dos and don'ts'' for mutual fund investors, this book remains a rich source of to-the-point information and insider advice--even for experienced investors.
Morningstar Guide to Mutual Funds: Five-Star Strategies for Success Morningstar Guide to Mutual Funds: Five-Star Strategies for Success -
Mutual Funds: An Introduction to the Core Concepts (Mark Mobius Masterclass) Mutual Funds: An Introduction to the Core Concepts (Mark Mobius Masterclass) Each book in the series cuts through the jargon and mystique of the financial markets to give the reader a clear picture of how and why these markets function as they do. Key features include: clear definitions of financial terms worked examples of transactions and contracts summaries and overviews valuation techniques quick Quiz questions to reinforce the learning experience strip cartoons to explain complex trades entertaining cartoons from Alex to lighten the load A war stories and anecdotes from Mark Mobius based on his remarkable experiences other Resources section to guide the reader to other useful books, websites and reference material
Fund Spy: Morningstar Fund Spy: Morningstar's Inside Secrets to Selecting Mutual Funds that Outperform Author Russel Kinnel walks readers through the handful of key factors they need to pick winning funds. Armed with the quantitative data and qualitative research, they will gain the confidence to pick great funds for the long-term. This book will be accompanied by a web-based tool created by Morningstar, which will enable readers to evaluate their own funds using Kinnel's criteria. Written in a fun and accessible manner, The Fund Spy offers Kinnel's unique insight as a 14-year Morningstar fund analyst. He speaks plainly about the conflicts that can go against investors' interests, explaining how to avoid traps and push out the slick sales pitches facing today's investors. He also offers several "10 lists," which provide quick answers to investors' most common questions (e.g., the Top 10 Funds to Recommend to Relatives, the 10 Best Contrarian Managers, the 10 Most Overrated Managers).
The Morningstar Approach to Investing : Wiring into the Mutual Fund Revolution The Morningstar Approach to Investing : Wiring into the Mutual Fund Revolution
Hedge Fund Investment Management (Elsevier Finance) Hedge Fund Investment Management (Elsevier Finance) There has been a tremendous growth in the Hedge Fund industry in recent years. It is estimated that there are more than 8000 Hedge Funds in the US alone. They have grown in popularity since the bear market of the early 2000s which convinced many people that they cannot just own stocks outright or inside mutual funds. Most investors understand mutual funds. They understand that the manager selects stocks and buys them. They also understand why they made (or lost) money in their mutual fund investments. The same thing cannot be said about Hedge Funds which come in a variety of flavors. Even savvy investors are often hard pressed to explain the sources of return on their Hedge Funds. This book should be read by anyone who has invested in, or is considering an investment in, a Hedge Fund and also by anyone who is considering starting one. The book explains the different types of funds as well as covering the key issues in every type of Hedge Fund. This book covers...
Who Took My Money? Why Slow Investors Lose and How Fast Money Wins! Who Took My Money? Why Slow Investors Lose and How Fast Money Wins! Most people think that simply getting a modest return on one's investments is going to take care of them forever, right through their golden years of retirement. But for lots of investors, waiting - and hoping - for a 10 per cent return on their stocks, bonds, and mutual funds is turning out to be a long and perilous wait. In this startling new book, Robert Kiyosaki shows how you can velocitise your money in such a way that you can quickly achieve financial wealth with extraordinary returns and amazing growth. Sound too good to be true? It's not - Kiyosaki and Lechter show how anyone can make the move right now. Формат: 15 см x 22,5 см.