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Which of the following should you look for when evaluating mutual funds?
You forgot to include the options, however, here's the suggested tips for evaluating mutual funds: - Understand the fund's objectives and investment style - Review fund expenses. Smaller is better here. [ All mutual funds and exchange-traded funds have an expense ratio. - Size matters. Bigger isn't always better here, but neither is smaller. Asset bloat can be a big problem for some funds. ]
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User: Which of the following should you look for when evaluating mutual funds?

Weegy: You forgot to include the options, however, here's the suggested tips for evaluating mutual funds: - Understand the fund's objectives and investment style - Review fund expenses. Smaller is better here. [ All mutual funds and exchange-traded funds have an expense ratio. - Size matters. Bigger isn't always better here, but neither is smaller. Asset bloat can be a big problem for some funds. ]
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User: What one thing can have the biggest impact on a mutual fund's performance over time?

Weegy: See if the funds objectives meets your needs. Always look at a fund's performance over time, not just one year. You will need to decide what type of investor you are: long term, income oriented, or aggressive. [ All mutual funds have costs associated with them, some more than others. Make sure you understand all these costs because they will affect your bottom line. ]
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User: A. Its expense ratio B. The track record of its manager C. The sales load you paid when you bought it D. The amount of money it holds

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