No Load FundsMutual Funds
A “No Load” fee is not an expense, but a lack of load expenses. No Load Funds charge neither a front end nor a back end load. All of the cash you invest in the fund remains in the fund both at initial investment, and you receive all of the cash at financial withdrawal. These are generally extremely rare funds and are not often advertised by investment brokers. Brokers, advisors, and financial planners are compensated directly by loads, so they will direct you to every fund with a load before showing you the No-Load fund selection. They typically must be directly requested if you want information on no load funds. You should note that operating expenses and 12b-1 fees are still charged against No-Load funds. 12b-1 fees still compensate the brokers, advisors, and planners who market them. These groups may refer you to high end 12b-1 fees before showing you cheaper no-load funds.
No loads Funds are extremely cost effective for you. Your initial investment is not reduced, so you don’t start in the hole. A front end fee of 6% would reduce a $10,000 investment in a fund to $9,400. The no load fund applies the full $10,000 to your investments. On exit, instead of a 3% back end fee, you suffer no reduction in your withdrawal. Your maximum concern is the annual operating expense and 12b-1 fee, both of which will be closer to the maximum possibly available. Since there are no load fees the chances of outperforming load fees are still very high. No load funds do not have to outperform the market substantially to compensate for the costs of a front end load or a back end load. Your money is returned to you unreduced at entry or exit and you keep all gains except annual expenses.
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