Mutual Funds

 

 

Mutual funds enable investors to invest in numerous publicly traded companies.

 

 

 

Mutual funds1 enable investors to invest in numerous publicly traded companies by pooling together the investment dollars of all the funds’ shareholders for the purchase of a diversified pool of securities.

Mutual funds allow investors to:

• manage risk through diversification;

• allocate their assets to provide income or growth as a goal or objective;

• benefit from the expertise of professional money managers;

• transfer assets between funds within a mutual fund family in order to address changing investment needs.

1Shares of mutual funds are subject to investment risk, including  possible loss of principal amount invested, and will fluctuate in value. Investors may receive more or less than originally paid when shares are redeemed.