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What is a no load mutual fund?

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18th Nov 2009 by Daniel Cross, ChFC

A no-load mutual fund is one that does not charge a sales fee to invest in. Many have questioned why one would choose a load (sales fee applied) fund over a no-load and the answer seems to be lacking. Research has shown that load funds don't earn enough on average to offset the fee attributed to them. No-load funds should almost always be considered over load funds.

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