Asset allocation fund

• A Mutual Fund that splits its investment assets among stocks, bonds, and other vehicles in an attempt to provide a consistent return for the investor.


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Mutual fund
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After tax proceeds from sale of old asset
Annual fund operating expenses
Asset activity ratios
Asset allocation
Asset allocation decision
Asset and asset allocation
Asset and liability management
Asset backed securities
Asset backed security
Asset based financing
Asset classes
Asset coverage test
Asset for asset swap
Asset pricing model
Asset substitution
Asset substitution problem
Asset swap
Asset turnover
Back end loan fund
Balanced fund
Balanced mutual fund
Bond fund
Capital allocation decision
Capital asset
Capital asset pricing model
Closed end fund
Closed end investment company or fund
Cost of new asset
Diversified common stock fund
Dynamic asset allocation
Employee stock fund
Exchange traded fund
Fixed asset
Fixed asset turnover
Fixed asset turnover ratio
Fund family
Fund manager
Global fund
Growth fund
Growth fund or growth stocks
Hedge fund
Hedge fund types
Income fund
Incremental cost of a new asset
Index fund
Industry fund
Installed cost of new asset
Intangible asset
Interest impact on sinking fund factor
International fund
International monetary fund
Limitation on asset dispositions
Liquid asset
Load fund
Match fund
Money market fund
Municipal bond fund
Mutual fund
Mutual fund theorem
Net asset value
No load fund
No load mutual fund
Open end fund
Policy asset allocation
Proceeds from sale of old asset
Purchase fund
Pure index fund
Quick asset ratio
Regional fund
Revenue fund
Risk free asset
Riskless or risk free asset
Risky asset
Sector fund
Single country fund
Sinking fund
Sinking fund requirement
Specialized fund
Tactical asset allocation
Tangible asset
Total asset turnover
Two fund separation theorem
Underlying asset
Value fund or value stocks
Wasting asset

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