- Institutional US treasury money market mutual funds have lower expenses than retail funds
- Treasury money market funds are very conservative and low risk
- Institutional money market funds have higher investment requirements, normally a very substantial amount, and they are marketed to governments, companies, and fiduciaries with access to large funds for investing
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- Corporate debt bbb rated funds are still investment grade securities
- Corporate debt has become a popular investment for many types of investors
- Corporate debt bbb rated funds have the minimum rating needed to qualify as quality securities and not junk bonds
- A global income mutual fund can invest in any country around the world.
- Global income funds usually offer better returns because of the foreign investment factor.
- Global income funds can save you a substantial amount of investment capital.
- An institutional us government money market mutual fund is a safe, stable, and liquid way to invest capital needed in a short time.
- Institutional money market funds are used by governments and corporations, because the investment requirements are very high.
- Government money market funds invest in us government securities, which have extremely low risks of default.
- A flexible income mutual fund can be an ideal investment for many investors
- Flexible income no load funds do not include load fees or large marketing fees
- A flexible income no load fund offers higher returns in exchange for risks that may be higher as well
- International income funds invest in governments both foreign and domestic
- Mutual funds which specialize in international income offer higher risks and higher returns than some other investment options
- Choosing no load international income funds will prevent you from paying high load fees, which are simply sales commissions to the broker
- A government national mortgage association mutual fund is a secure and stable investment
- Investing in a national mortgage mutual fund means a secure investment backed by the government
- The government national mortgage association is also called Ginnie Mae, and is not a publicly traded company
- Multi-sector incorporated funds hold a very diverse portfolio
- Incorporated funds can help balance risk and return with diversity
- Multi-sector incorporated no load funds do not charge a load fee to diminish your investment capital
- An institutional money market fund has a number of benefits, including capital preservation, stability, and liquidity
- Institutional money market mutual funds are intended for large entities like corporations and governments
- Choosing a no load institutional money market fund will save you money but requires you to make your own investment decisions
- Corporate debt a rated mutual funds offer relatively safe and conservative investment options which minimize the risks of capital loss
- Corporate debt is rated from aaa to caa, and includes both investment quality securities and junk securities
- Corporate debt a rated mutual funds only invest in securities rated a or higher