Difference from s&p

• A mutual fund's return minus the change in the Standard & Poors 500 Index for the same time period. A notation of -5.00 means the fund return was 5 percentage points less than the gain in the S&P, while 0.00 means that the fund and the S&P had the same return.

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Mutual fund
 Related Terms
 After tax proceeds from sale of old asset
Cash flow from operations
Fair value difference
Funds from operations
Proceeds from sale of old asset
S&p 500
S&p financial strength

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