Stav, Julie
April 2006
Hispanic;Apr2006, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p70
The article offers advice on adjusting mutual fund investments to meet the new requirements in investing after retirement. In investing in a corporate bond fund, the cash is used by the mutual fund company to lend money to corporations rather than buying their stock. Duration and credit quality affect the performance of a corporate bond mutual fund. The advantage of owning a balanced fund is its ability to show growth over time while providing current income.


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