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Hyipcore.com - About High Yield Capital Opportunities

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 Alden Beasley (June 26, 2012)  HYIP which refers to High Yield Investment Program is exactly what it sounds like, is a kind of investment program that makes high return percentage rates between 5% up to 250% a month. HYIP which stands for Excessive Yield Funding Application is just what it seems like, is often a sort of financial commitment application that yields high return premiums ranging from 5% to as a lot as .. (Mutual Funds)

Investments for the Layman in Mutual Funds

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 Brian Anthony (June 19, 2012)  A few decades back the layman’s role for investing in markets was marginal or rather negligible as most of the investment opportunities and returns were enjoyed by corporates and to a certain extent by HNIs. They would invest corpus funds of capital to achieve significantly higher returns. However, things started changing significantly on introduction of financial instruments like . (Mutual Funds)

Classification of Mutual funds in India

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 Brian Anthony (May 28, 2012)  With the exponential growth of the mutual fund business in India, mutual funds are further customized to suit Indian investment needs. Thus mutual funds are further classified into 3 different funds namely Equity, Debt and Balanced funds. An equity fund can be best described as an open or closed ended fund that invests primarily in stocks, allowing investors to buy into the fund and .. (Mutual Funds)

How Will Your Investment Make Money?

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 Deanie Canales (November 10, 2011)  Many people lose money because they fail to ask the most important question an investor should ask: how will this investment make money? Something to remember is that not every investment makes money many fail to retain value or drop in value. Always ask how will this thing make me money before you purchase an investment. Never accept no for an answer to this question keep asking until . (Mutual Funds)

How To Pick A Good Mutual Fund

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 Deanie Canales (November 08, 2011)  Picking a good mutual fund can be harder than it sounds because on average 80% of such funds under perform the market according to the Motley Fool. That means most mutual funds actually lose money, so picking a good one is necessary for saving for retirement. There are some things that you can do to ensure that you are making a good choice. Read the Prospectus The prospectus is a .. (Mutual Funds)

Understanding No Load Mutual Funds And What They're All About

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 Frank Rodriguez (October 21, 2011)  No load mutual funds are funds in which transactions on fund shares are not charged. The biggest reason why there are no charges on these sales, exchanges and buying of shares is that, middlemen inform of brokers and investment advisers are eliminated along the channel. Most of these funds do not charge either back end fees nor front end fees. Therefore, as some do charge it is .. (Mutual Funds)

Understanding What Are Hedge Funds

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 Frank Rodriguez (October 01, 2011)  Many people always ask about what are hedge funds. Based on some business experts, it is a kind of investment portfolio that integrates a range of investment strategies and products. The fund can be administered by the investor who made it or it can be made in the form of a company. This last selection makes a safeguard should a business go bankrupt. The creditors can't chase investors . (Mutual Funds)

Understanding Mutual Fund Expense Ratios

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 Frank Rodriguez (September 28, 2011)  The mutual fund expense ratios represent the quantity of money investors have to reimburse in order to cover the operating costs of a joint finance. This fund is composed of several diverse expenses that shareholders have to pay for. This is also composed of the distribution costs, administrative costs, management fee, and other operating expenses. This is not a similar thing as a .. (Mutual Funds)

Take advantage of tax-free municipal bonds

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 Yulian Isakov (March 24, 2011)  When you purchase a municipal bond, you're loaning money to a municipality, city, village, county, or state. Typically, the municipality borrows money to pay for infrastructure projects such as building or repairing roads or a community center. The municipality generally pays back the bonds with money made from those projects - by paying off a bridge bond with money that is raised from .. (Mutual Funds)

The Role of Bond Funds in Your Portfolio

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 Yulian Isakov (March 24, 2011)  Bonds are very popular securities because they regularly pay interest income and pay back the initial principal after the bond matures. Bonds are popular with people of various risk classes but they certainly appeal to conservative investors looking for a steady income stream. Bond mutual funds may be even more attractive than buying into individual bonds because they provide a .. (Mutual Funds)

A Brief Explanation about Mutual Fund Investments

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 Michael Kartel (December 29, 2010)  To begin with, a mutual fund is a professionally managed firm of collective investments that pools money from many investors and invests it in stocks, bonds, shares, etc. It pools the savings of a number of investors with common financial goals. How does a mutual fund investment work? Consider a group of investors who pool their money collectively with a fund manager, who in turn .. (Mutual Funds)

Hedge Fund vs Mutual Fund, Understanding The Differences

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 Dwayne Strocen (April 18, 2010)  You might be wondering what a CTA is. A CTA is a Portfolio Manager for derivative products such as foreign exchange, commodities or futures. If you're familiar with traditional mutual funds or hedge funds, you'll know the investment decisions are made by a specialist in stocks or bonds. These are also called equity and fixed income products. An equity fund is managed by an equity .. (Mutual Funds)

Transparency In Hedge Fund Investing Is Critical For Investors

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 Dwayne Strocen (December 30, 2009)  Fund redemptions are nothing new. Every recession or bear market sees investors redeeming their fund investments and moving to asset classes which provide a greater degree of safety. For most, this is the Government Treasury Bill also called the T-Bill. While reasons for redemptions are as varied as the investment selections themselves, it seems that individual investors are uncertain .. (Mutual Funds)

Carbon Emission Trading, The Basics Explained

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 Dwayne Strocen (February 14, 2009)  The Kyoto Protocol of 1997 was signed by 38 signatory countries to address the issues of greenhouse gasses and resulting climate change issues. The following article will provide an understanding of trading greenhouse gas emissions. The Kyoto Protocol is a UN-led international agreement reached in 1997 in Kyoto Japan to address the problems of climate change and the reduction .. (Mutual Funds)

Mutual Funds Investment Can Give You Big Returns

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 Cheryl Forbes (January 13, 2009)  People are more careful with their money these days. They are more interested in storing money for the rainy days. They prefer to have it in liquid form so they can pull out their money when they want to and most especially when they need to. Although there are still some people who prefer to invest their money because the return of investment is quite large if compared to the interest .. (Mutual Funds)

Mutual Funds Vs Stocks

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 Rick Goldfeller (December 25, 2008)  No two things can ever be exactly the same. There is always at least something that one object has that's different from another, no matter how similar they may be. Even identical twins differences between them, it's just that they aren't that noticeable at first glance. Anyways, some people out there wonder what the difference between stocks and mutual funds are, and would love to see .. (Mutual Funds)

Using Mutual Fund Ratings to Invest Wisely

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 Chris Jonas (December 16, 2008)  I've been looking at a couple of growth funds, as well as some no-load funds to get started. Since I don't have a lot of capital to invest at the beginning here, I figured that these types of funds would be my best bet. They'll allow me to diversify my portfolio to an extent that wouldn't be possible if I simply bought stocks on my own, and this will of course protect me from short-term . (Mutual Funds)

Mutual Funds Versus Index Annuities

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 Keith Dennis (December 16, 2008)  Mutual funds have long been the standard investment by which to plan for retirement. They are included in almost every retirement plan and most brokers and Investment Advisers have a variety of funds to offer. In fact, your insurance agent and your bank can usually offer them. For internet savvy investors they can be find online and most of the time can be invested in directly with the .. (Mutual Funds)

Best Ways to Invest $10,000 - The Growth Stock Mutual Fund

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 Perry Webbing (December 16, 2008)  What is the best way to invest $10,000? If this is something that you really want to know, know that there are plenty of ways in which you can invest this money. First, you have to determine how long you want to sit on this money. When do you want to see a return? You know that the faster you want to see a return the higher the risk that you are dealing with. So let's say you want to .. (Mutual Funds)

Investing in Mutual Funds

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 Joe Durocher (December 15, 2008)  A mutual fund is the same as trusting someone else to do the investing for you. Quite simply, mutual funds were created to eliminate the research and time constraint that would be required if an individual had to do it all on their own. As you are probably aware, mutual funds are not insured against losses like a certificate of deposit from a Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation bank. .. (Mutual Funds)

Mutual Funds For Everyone

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 Rick Goldfeller (December 09, 2008)  The stock market is a wild and crazy world to be in, and is definitely not for a place for amateurs to be playing about. In this jungle, investing in the wrong places can get you beaten, eaten, and spat out like gum. But what if you can get a professional to place you in a favorable position? Like take care of all your investing concerns, as to where you should be putting your money, .. (Mutual Funds)

Personal Finance and Money Management 17 - Types of Mutual Funds

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 Kyle J Norton (December 07, 2008)  As we mentioned in previous articles we know that our government only represents about 30% of our retirement income. The company retirement pension plan offers another 30 % and many of us do not have one. It is up to individuals to invest wisely short and long term in order to make up for the short fall if he or she would like to live comfortably after retirement without giving up some .. (Mutual Funds)

Personal Finance and Money Management 18 - Understand the Fee of Mutual Funds

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 Kyle J Norton (December 07, 2008)  As we mentioned in previous articles we know that our government only represents about 30% of our retirement income. The company retirement pension plan offers another 30 % and many of us do not have one. It is up to individuals to invest wisely short and long term in order to make up for the short fall if he or she would like to live comfortably after retirement without giving up some .. (Mutual Funds)

Invest Your Money in Mutual Funds

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 Rick Goldfeller (December 07, 2008)  People nowadays are very particular about financial matters. When it comes to money, they want to make sure they have investments. Investments can be made in different ways. Other people are investing their hard-earned money on real estate. They believe in the power of real state to generate a lot of profits. Many are purchasing land which appreciates in value in the long-run. Another .. (Mutual Funds)

Turn $4000 Dollars Into $1 Million - A Fun Strategy For You

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 Perry Webbing (November 26, 2008)  Are you looking for a fun strategy that will turn $4000 dollars into $1 million? If you are, then you are in luck. If you have $4000 to invest, the idea is for you to put your money into 4 mutual funds. This means you are going to invest $1000 per mutual fund. This is something that you want to repeat for the next several years. As for the structure of your mutual funds, you can adjust . (Mutual Funds)

Mutual Funds - The Need to Know Basics

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 Rick Goldfeller (November 25, 2008)  Almost everybody has the ambition to get rich without lifting a finger - that's because there's plenty of us out there that are driven by laziness and greed. We like to find ways for having our cash work for us, or apply the Law of Leverage, which is to multiply our efforts through others. A classic example of that would be an Egyptian Pharaoh having his slaves build infrastructure or .. (Mutual Funds)

Learning About Mutual Funds Investments

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 Cheryl Forbes (November 17, 2008)  Time is money and the clock is ticking. Why is there a strong need to save for the future? Why do we look for ways to earn more and save more? The answer is very simple. It is for security. Security for the time when we no longer have the capacity to support ourselves. That is why there are people who invest greatly in Mutual Funds Investments and it has been noted that people all over .. (Mutual Funds)

Relative Strength Investing - One Way to Profit With Sector Funds

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 Donald W. Pendergast Jr. (October 30, 2008)  Relative strength investing comes in different flavors; some market timers rely on moving average crossovers, while others depend on changes in momentum, dropping former high fliers for fast rising up-and-comers. Here's a brief overview of each type along with potential advantages and disadvantages. Using long-term weekly moving averages can be an easy way to get started playing sector . (Mutual Funds)

Socially Responsible Investing With Sector Funds

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 Timothy Simmons (October 29, 2008)  Over the last few years the new in vouge investment idea, socially responsible investing has a lot of interest. As environmental issues become more and more prevalent it's a natural progression. In very simplistic terms socially responsible investing is an investment approach that allows you, the investor, to invest your funds in companies that commonly invest in ways that are .. (Mutual Funds)

Understand Domestic and International Equity Funds

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 Kyle J Norton (October 24, 2008)  I. Domestic Equity Funds Mutual funds companies located in Canada invest in the common and preferred shares of Canadian corporations. They are called, not surprisingly, domestic Equity Funds and Mutual funds companies located in US invest in the common and preferred shares of US corporations. They are called, not surprisingly, domestic equity funds. Some funds may specialize in a .. (Mutual Funds)

How to Invest in Mutual Funds - The Do's and Don'ts

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 Louis Zhang (October 22, 2008)  If you understand how to invest in mutual funds you can easily find a way to improve your finances. Everyone wants easy money. If you have money sitting around and are not using it, it is natural to turn to the stock market as an investment option. Unfortunately the stock market is fickle and it is far too easy to loose money if you don't know what you are doing. Most people have no .. (Mutual Funds)

Government Child Trust Fund

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 Candis Reade (October 21, 2008)  Becoming parents nowadays entail a lot of costs and responsibilities. With the economic situation of the country, it is most likely to have an uncertain future for your child. The future of your child is very important and should be dealt with more certainty. People are losing jobs, companies are closing down while others are filing for bankruptcy and even financial institutions. This .. (Mutual Funds)

Free Business Money

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 Candis Reade (October 20, 2008)  In today's economic struggles many small business owners are struggling to keep their dreams alive. That is of course, keeping their businesses open. One thing that many owners are now doing is trying to find free business money. A lot of times, you will run across a lot of “bogus" information and have to weed through a lot of junk, especially if you are searching for free .. (Mutual Funds)

Let's Talk About Mediocrity, Ahem and Mutual Funds

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 Chris Billows (October 19, 2008)  My first investment was in mutual funds which is what most people invest in because the mutual fund industry is very effective at promoting its products. There is a certain sense of security knowing that everyone else is also buying mutual funds. Unfortunately for the most part we have been sold a product that does what it says but does not deliver what you need. Yes, mutual funds do .. (Mutual Funds)

ETF Education - Types of Exchange Traded Funds

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 Ken Long (September 21, 2008)  There are an extraordinary number and types of exchange traded funds that are available to individual investors to meet any investment objective. There are so many, however, that it's useful to examine the categories so you can make a wiser choice for your particular needs. The following list is a simple summary of many of the most popular categories along with a few example ticker .. (Mutual Funds)

Sharebuilder Mutual Funds

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 Samantha Asher (September 17, 2008)  You wake up one morning and you've finally realized that your money will not last forever. If you ever want to retire, or if you want to be rich, you need to start investing your money. So, you jump on the internet or head to the bookstore to find some information. You do your research. You read countless of books on investing in stocks, bonds, commodities, mutual funds, and currency. .. (Mutual Funds)

Benefits of Mutual Funds

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 Samantha Asher (September 16, 2008)  You should be investing your money. It's as simple as that. Instead of wasting your cash on coffee and itunes you should be buying stocks, bonds, and other securities. You might think it's easier said than done, but it actually is pretty easy to do. Once you get the willpower to start saving your money and have money to invest, you can start researching the best investment for you. .. (Mutual Funds)

Why Should I Invest in Mutual Funds Instead of Stocks?

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 Samantha Asher (September 16, 2008)  Investing in the stock market can be both very lucrative and risky. If you know what you're doing, or you are very lucky, you can make a lot of money. The historical average return is about 13% which is higher than a lot of other available investments such as bonds. Then there are mutual funds. A mutual fund is basically a collection of stocks and/or bonds. If a mutual fund is made up .. (Mutual Funds)

Invest in Index Funds and Outperform Your Neighbor

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 Brian Ullitz (September 11, 2008)  Choosing how to invest your money can be a daunting task, especially if you don't have much knowledge about finances and have to rely on other people's advice. But you can overcome this by a simple decision: Invest in index funds and most of your concerns are unnecessary. There are many factors that influence your choice on what to invest in and, to make a good decision, you have to .. (Mutual Funds)

Mutual Funds - Do You Know Enough?

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 Tia Rohit (September 03, 2008)  A mutual fund is referred as a company of cooperative investments that gathers funds from various depositors and invests it in short-term capital market mechanisms, stocks, bonds, and other securities. In the United States, ever since nineteenth century, there have been three fundamental kinds of investment corporations such as open-end funds, also recognized as mutual funds in the US, . (Mutual Funds)

Investing in Mutual Funds - How to Make Money Investing in Mutual Funds

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 Matthew Tutt (September 03, 2008)  Mutual funds have risen in popularity due to the fact that it is often considered by investors as a safe and effective means of generating money. A group of people or a company generally makes up a mutual fund and it is these people that handle the selling of the shares. When these investments are pooled together, they are then invested into a diversified selection of securities. In the . (Mutual Funds)

An International Mutual Fund Worth Your Money Pt 2

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 Graham Summers (September 03, 2008)  Be careful about averages. When it comes track records, investors tend to focus exclusively on a fund's average annual return. However, simple math proves the error of this focus- a fund can lose money many years, have a few great years, and still produce a decent average annual return. Because of this, it's always best to examine a fund manager's track record year by year. You want .. (Mutual Funds)

Are Mutual Funds a Good Way to Invest For Your Future?

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 Amy Nutt (September 02, 2008)  For individuals just getting involved in the game of investing, there is a lot of wonder circulating around mutual funds. Certain questions such as, “What are the risks associated with mutual funds?" and “Are they a good investment?" are questions that are frequently asked amongst investors. However, it is good to ask these questions because asking questions about mutual .. (Mutual Funds)

Profits in Hedge Fund Investing

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 Jon Arnold (August 26, 2008)  Most people understand what a mutual fund is and think a hedge fund investment is the same thing. They are correct in that a hedge fund is a group of investors that pool their money, just like a mutual fund. Hedge funds, however, don't have the same type of regulation that the mutual fund has. In fact, you have to have a specific amount of wealth to invest in a hedge fund and a required . (Mutual Funds)

Mauled by the 'New' Bear Market? 6 Steps to Financial Recovery

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 Steve Hood (August 26, 2008)  Has your portfolio been savaged by this new edition of a ‘Bear Market'? Are you feeling there's no end in sight and have no hope of recovering what has been lost? Well, there are solutions and I hope to offer a few here. Make no mistake, we are in a longer term 'Bear Market’ and there is no way of knowing when it will end. Having said that there are a number of strategies . (Mutual Funds)

Managed Mutual Funds - "Pay Me to Underperform"

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 Steven D Alexander (August 25, 2008)  There is no shortage of ways to invest your money to earn a return: real estate, bonds, T-bills, CD's, casinos, and so on. In this article, though, we have decided to invest in the best performing asset class throughout history: common stocks of publicly traded businesses. The first question most investors ask is: where should I put my money? There are thousands of U. S. traded stocks .. (Mutual Funds)

Mutual Funds

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 Ankit Agarwal (August 22, 2008)  A mutual fund is a company that pools investors’ money to make multiple types of investments, known as the portfolio. Stocks, bonds, and money market funds are all examples of the types of investments that may make up a mutual fund. The mutual fund is managed by a professional investment manager who buys and sells securities for the most effective growth of the fund. As a mutual .. (Mutual Funds)

Mutual Funds Investing Ideas

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 Dilip V Mohan (August 20, 2008)  Are you someone who is worried about where to invest your hard-earned money? Do you need ideas for investing? If you ask me, I would suggest Mutual Funds - for they give better returns than banks and are considerably less risky than stocks. For investing in mutual funds, consider the following points: 1. The first point before investing is to clearly identify what you need. Is it big .. (Mutual Funds)

Does Rebalancing Work? It's Hard to Argue That it Doesn't!

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 Paul Dumoulin (August 14, 2008)  In a way, rebalancing is a lot like market timing. The big difference is that if done correctly, it will be void of emotion or speculation. Rebalancing has proven to be more efficient than a buy and hold strategy over a full market cycle and by rebalancing periodically back to the original weighting of the portfolio, it has also been effective at risk reduction. A buy and hold strategy . (Mutual Funds)

What Are All the Types of Mutual Funds Available?

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 Amy Nutt (August 12, 2008)  When it comes down to it, there are thousands of choices when it comes to investing in mutual funds. The only way you're going to know which fund is the best for you is by assessing the investment strategy of that fund and looking at the risks that are associated with it. This is important to do so that you can find the mutual fund that is the right fit for you. If not, it is like .. (Mutual Funds)




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