While low risk mutual funds are an important part of many asset management strategies, they are not a panacea for investors. Every successful portfolio has the intention of using the best mutual fund they can find to meet the investor’s global tactical asset allocation strategy for diversification and to maximize returns. This Infographic edition of lowriskmutualfunds.net investment management blog addresses the disadvantages of mutual funds.
With wifi, smartphones and broadband available almost everywhere, college students are constantly connected to the web. While the internet has simplified some aspects of life, providing greater access to information, in some ways it has complicated the life of the modern day student. This is especially true when looking at the risks that increased internet usage can pose.
With summer fast approaching, large numbers of high school and college students are searching for summer jobs, beginning an internship or enrolling in summer school. Other students choose to use summer as an opportunity to sleep in, hit the beach and take advantage of a carefree lifestyle.
Have you ever calculated the cost of purchasing and selling mutual funds? When you purchase a mutual fund, you pay Purchase Fees i.e. Front End Load. When you redeem the money, you pay Redemption Fees i.e, Back End Load. Plus, from your money, the fund pays the adviser and managers. So how much is your real investment? To find out, go through this amazing infographic.