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Back end loan fund

• A mutual fund that charges investors a fee to sell (redeem) shares often is ranging from 4% to 6%. Some back-end load funds impose a full commission if the shares are redeemed within a designated time, such as one year. The commission decreases the longer the investor holds the shares. The formal name for the back-end load is the contingent deferred sales charge, or CDSC.

 
 

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Contingent deferred sales charge
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Load fund
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Sales charge
Sales
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Annual fund operating expenses
Asset allocation fund
Back contracts
Back discount rate
Back end load
Back fee
Back office
Back spread or backspread
Back to back financing
Back to back loan
Back up
Balanced fund
Balanced mutual fund
Bond fund
Bridge loan
Broker loan rate
Builder buy down loan
Bullet loan
Bullet loan or security
Buy back
Closed end fund
Closed end investment company
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Closed end mortgage
Collateralized loan obligation
Dealer loan
Diversified common stock fund
Employee stock fund
End of month
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Eurocurrency loan market
Exchange traded fund
Federal home loan banks
Federal home loan mortgage corporation
Fixed rate loan
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Front end load
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Fund manager
Global fund
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Hedge fund
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Index fund
Industry fund
Intercompany loan
Interest impact on sinking fund factor
International fund
International monetary fund
Inventory loan
Jumbo loan
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Loan amortization
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Loan commitments
Loan syndication
Loan value
Match fund
Money market fund
Municipal bond fund
Mutual fund
Mutual fund theorem
No load fund
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Open end investment company
Open end mortgage
Parallel loan
Project loan certificate
Project loan securities
Purchase fund
Pure index fund
Regional fund
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Sale and lease back
Savings and loan association
Sector fund
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Self liquidating loan
Short term self liquidating loan
Single country fund
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Sinking fund requirement
Specialized fund
Swap buy back
Term loan
Term loan agreement
Term long term loan
Transaction loan
Trust receipt inventory loan
Two fund separation theorem
Unsecured loan
Value fund or value stocks
Variable rate loan
Warehouse receipt loan
Whole loan
Year end

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