Mutual Fund Liquidity Ratio(redirected from Mutual Fund Liquidity Ratios)
Mutual Fund Liquidity Ratio
A ratio of a mutual fund's cash and cash equivalents to the assets in which it is currently invested. That is, if a mutual fund has a large amount of cash that it has not invested in securities, the ratio is higher, while, if all or nearly all of its liquidity is invested, the ratio is lower. A high ratio is considered a bearish indicator because it means that the mutual fund is having difficulty finding investments with solid returns, and is therefore keeping larger cash reserves. Mutual funds publish liquidity ratios each month.
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