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.

 Embedded terms in definition
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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