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 NL stand for?
NL stands for No-Load (mutual funds)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of NL
We have 44 other meanings of NL in our Acronym Attic
- New Line
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Nick Lachey (singer)
- Night Light
- Nightlife (The Sims Expansion Pack)
- Nightlight Studios (game developers)
- NIMA Library
- No Level (software open licensing)
- No License
- No Limit
Samples in periodicals archive:
6 /PRNewswire/ -- Even though they are paying for brokers to assist them, investors in load-carrying mutual funds end up making significantly worse timing decisions than investors in no-load funds, underperforming their own funds' reported returns by three times as much as no-load fund investors, according to a major new study sponsored by the Zero Alpha Group (ZAG).
The WE14-150 Plus angle grinder from Metabo maintains a constant speed while operating during both maximum load and no-load conditions.
NEW YORK -- NEW YORK, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- With 100% no-load mutual funds, the shareholder's investment goes entirely for the purchase of fund shares, according to Irving L.
12b-1 fees crop up even on no-load mutual funds After three straight years of knockout stock market gains, you probably haven't noticed the notorious 12b-1 fee at work.
And while 78 percent of Americans can name a character on a television sitcom, only 12 percent know the difference between a load and a no-load mutual fund - even though, according to the Investment Company Institute, 37 percent of American households own mutual funds.
Nasdaq:POWI), the leading supplier of high-voltage integrated circuits used in power conversion and the inventor of EcoSmart(R) energy-efficiency technology, today unveiled a 3-watt charger reference design that consumes less than 30 mW of no-load power.
Otherwise, it's wise to choose a no-load mutual fund, or one that doesn't charge a sales commission that's taken out of whatever gains your fund racks up over time.