The definition of Mutual fund
A professionally managed pool of money invested in stocks, bonds, money market instruments, or other securities, which is divided into shares and sold to investors. An open-end mutual fund keeps issuing shares as investors send more money and must stand ready to buy back shares at any time. A closed-end fund issues a specific number of shares, which are then traded on one of the stock markets. Shares can be sold only if a buyer agrees to take them. The selling price of a closed-end fund may be higher than the offering price (selling at a premium), or it might be lower (selling at a discount).
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