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How To Guide For: Understanding Mutual Funds -- How Do They Work

A Mutual Fund is a collection of investments, such as stocks, bonds and other funds owned by a group of investors and managed by a professional money manager. The investment objective of the mutual fund determines what types of securities it buys. A Mutual Fund can focus on specific types of investments. People who buy shares of a mutual fund are its owners or shareholders. Their investments provide the money for a Mutual Fund to buy securities such as stocks and bonds. You can make money on a Mutual Fund if you sell your mutual fund for more than you paid for it then you will have a capital gain or if you sell your Mutual Fund for less than you paid for it then you will have a capital loss. To get more in depth information on Mutual Funds and how they work -- click the pictures below to read the articles.

Invest Wisely:  An Introduction to Mutual Funds - Read More from U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Mutual Funds: What Are They? - Read More from Investopedia
A Grand, Comprehensive Overview to Mutual Fund Investing - Read More from The Motley Fool
A Guide to Understanding Mutual Fund Fees - Read More from U.S. News & World Report
How Do Mutual Funds Work? - Read More from Nerd Wallet

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