Mutual Fund Fees

Have you ever calculated the cost of purchasing and selling mutual funds? When you purchase a mutual fund, you pay Purchase Fees i.e. Front End Load. When you redeem the money, you pay Redemption Fees i.e, Back End Load. Plus, from your money, the fund pays the advisor and managers. So how much is your real investment? To find out, go through this amazing infographic published by Future Advisor and designed by InfoGraphic Design Team.

Mutual Fund Fees Infographic

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