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For some very small mutual companies, a full-time staff isn't required.
For some investors, ETFs are a better option than a vast majority of traditional mutual funds because they offer trading flexibility," said Dan Culloton, senior mutual fund analyst with MorningStar in Chicago.
The scandal has spread like a virus across the $7 trillion mutual fund industry, with many of the big mutual fund companies coming under scrutiny.
In addition to the mutual funds themselves, the other major casualty of the scandal has been the reputation of the industry's primary regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission.
On October 30, the House Financial Services Capital Markets Subcommittee held a hearing to discuss market structure issues and, more particularly, mutual fund abuses.
In short, a mutual fund offers virtually every asset class, whether you are looking for fixed income, gold, real estate or commodities.
The appraisal committee has determined the value of Delaware mutual for purposes of determining policyholders' equity is $0.
There would be a single, consistent basis for mutual fund accounting instead of two often contradictory and misleading bases.
Mutual help groups usually include activities such as the following in the plan for a scheduled meeting:
Nationwide Mutual continues to review its strategic options for these remaining asset management businesses.