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A fee that some investment companies charge for advertising and marketing a mutual fund is called a:
A fee that some investment companies charge for advertising and marketing a mutual fund is called a 12b-1 fee.
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A fee that some investment companies charge for advertising and marketing a mutual fund is called a 12b-1 fee.
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4. Today, all mutual funds charge the 12b-1 fee to offset advertising and marketing costs. (Points : 2)
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Today, all mutual funds charge the 12b-1 fee to offset advertising and marketing costs. FALSE.
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8. A mutual fund that invests in companies outside the United States is called a(n) ____________ fund. (Points : 2)
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A mutual fund that invests in companies outside the United States is called an International fund.
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Harold Fuller is buying shares in a mutual fund that invests in the same companies that are found in the S&P 500 and in roughly the same proportion. The type of mutual fund he has purchased is: An index fund.
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