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Economy Finance Money Investment Funds Financial services Financial markets Equity securities Investment fund Exchange-traded fund Hedge fund Bond fund
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Differentiate between open and closed-end funds, as well as other types of professionally managed investment vehicles Discuss the effect on fund charges and turnover on the after-tax performance Discuss the types of funds available to investors Discuss variables that should be considered when selecting funds for investment purposes Identify the sources of return and calculate the rate of return earned on an investment in a managed fund Discuss advantages of master trusts and wrap accounts Determine what type of investors are suitable and not suitable for investing in managed funds When to use a managed fund as opposed to direct investment: How do you know what specific investments to select in each class Monitoring progress considerations: o Access to information o How to interpret the information and make subsequent decisions o Sufficient time allocated to make decisions and imple...
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