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What is a large cap mutual fund?

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18th Nov 2009 by Daniel Cross, ChFC

A large cap mutual fund is one that invests only in stocks with a market capitalization of 10 billion or more. These are the largest companies listed and are generally considered to be the least risky while also having the lowest returns available in the stock market. Many of these stocks are listed in the DOW and considered "blue chip" stocks.

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