In this article we will take a look at mutual fund terms such as “loaded funds”, “back-end” and “front-end” loads, as well as compare the difference between these and no-load funds.
What does MF stand for?
MF stands for Mutual Fund
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of MF
We have 59 other meanings of MF in our Acronym Attic
- Multi-Family Residential (zoning)
- Multiple Formulation
- Multiple Frequency
- Muscle Fiber
- Muscle Force
- Mutua Fides
- My Friends (Red Hot Chili Peppers song)
- Mycosis Fungoides (skin disease)
- Myelofibrosis (blood disease)
- Mylene Farmer (singer)
- Mysterious Figure (gaming; Kingdom Hearts)
- Morrissey, Fernie and Michel Railway (short line railway between Fernie, and Coal Creek, B.C. Canada)
- Mometasone Furoate Delivered by Dry Powder Inhaler
- Matched Filter Maximum Likelihood (receiver)
- Matched Filter Maximal-Ratio Combining
- Multi-Frequency / Multi-View
Samples in periodicals archive:
For some investors, ETFs are a better option than a vast majority of traditional mutual funds because they offer trading flexibility," said Dan Culloton, senior mutual fund analyst with MorningStar in Chicago.
It occurs when a mutual fund or intermediary permits an investor to purchase fund shares after the day's net asset value is calculated, as though the purchase order were placed earlier in the day.
In short, a mutual fund offers virtually every asset class, whether you are looking for fixed income, gold, real estate or commodities.
GROWTH OF MUTUAL FUNDS Before describing the action the Board has taken, I would like to make some observations about the recent growth in the mutual fund industry.
Mutual fund directors will have access to an extra level of protection for their personal assets under a new product introduced today by Travelers.
Brundidge Atlanta A Anyone interested in learning about the basics of mutual fund investing can find a wealth of information on the Internet.
Byline: Charles Stein The Boston Globe Mutual fund investors didn't bail out of the stock market Monday - but look out below today.