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    Mutual Funds in Baltimore

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    Business Listing   A G Edwards & Sons Inc - Baltimore, MD - Phone: (410) 547-1131

    Business Listing   Boyd Edgar M Investment Securts - Baltimore, MD - Phone: (410) 685-2601

    Business Listing   Brager A Stanley Jr - Baltimore, MD - Phone: (410) 576-3000

    Business Listing   Jennifer D. Campion Smith Barney Financial Consultant - Baltimore, MD - Phone: (410) 234-3431

    Business Listing   Raymond James Financial Services - Baltimore, MD - Phone: (410) 366-1180

    Business Listing   Rock Creek Capital Advisors Limited - Baltimore, MD - Phone: (410) 664-4120

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    Helpful Definition for: Mutual Funds

    Mutual funds, in Baltimore, are means of investment which consist of an amalgamation of funds collected from numerous investors for investing in securities like stocks, bonds and other assets. Money or fund managers in Baltimore are responsible for operating these mutual funds. There are different types of mutual funds which include, closed end funds, open end funds, unit investment trusts and exchange traded funds.

    Based on the investment types, mutual funds in Baltimore may be classified as money market funds, bond funds, stock or equity funds and hybrid funds. There are certain expenses which the investors in Baltimore have to bear for these mutual funds. The investment in mutual funds depends on the investor’s planning.

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