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A fixed-income fund provides periodic payments to holders and the eventual return of principal at maturity, reports Investopedia. As opposed to variable income securities, where payments change depending on factors such ... More »

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There are several different types of mutual funds, including stock funds, target date funds, bond funds and money market funds, as reported by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Stock funds may also be kn... More »

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Invesco mutual funds include the Invesco Energy Fund and the Invesco Technology Fund, notes the company's official website. Fixed-income mutual funds from Invesco include the Invesco Core Plus Bond Fund and the Invesco C... More »

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A no-load mutual fund is a type of mutual fund that doesn´t charge a commission or sales fee when the initial investment is made, but may charge a fee if the units are redeemed early, normally in the first 5 years, accor... More »

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The benefits of a public mutual fund include the variety of choices available within funds, convenience, liquid availability and professional money management, according to Investor Words. Most public mutual funds also a... More »

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Dividend rates on mutual funds depend on the investments held by the fund. A properly diversified income portfolio includes mutual funds that invest in real estate and overseas interests, according to Kiplinger, a publis... More »

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Different criteria determine what makes a worthy mutual fund, and the U.S. News Money website lists notable mutual funds available for investment. This website provides information about fund year-to-date performance as ... More »

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