Fund Manager

Business / Finance / Fund Manager: Set of funds with different investment objectives offered by one management company. In many cases, investors may move their assets from one fund to another within the family at little or no cost.

Other Words for Fund

Fund Noun Synonyms: finance, back, capitalize, stake, support, pay for, endow, grant, subsidize
Fund Adjective Synonyms: supply, stock, reserve, store, pool, cache, reservoir, repository, mine
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Other Words for Manager

Manager Noun Synonyms: supervisor, superintendent, director, executive, head, proprietor, overseer, foreman, forewoman, administrator, manageress , straw boss, boss, chief
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Global Fund

Business / Finance / Global Fund: A receipt denoting ownership of foreign-based corporation stock shares which are traded in numerous capital markets around the world. MORE

Enhanced Index Fund

Business / Taxes / Enhanced Index Fund: An enhanced index fund chooses selectively among the stocks in a particular index in order to produce a slightly higher return. By contrast, an index fund strives to mirror the performance of a partic MORE

Portfolio Manager

Business / Finance / Portfolio Manager: Used in the context of general equities. Professional responsible for the securities portfolio of an individual or institutional investor, such as a mutual fund, pension fund, profit-sharing plan, ban MORE

Closed-End Fund

Business / Finance / Closed-End Fund: Position that is liquidated when the client does not meet a margin call or cover a short sale. MORE

Lifecycle Fund

Business / Taxes / Lifecycle Fund: A lifecycle fund, which is a fund of funds, invests in individual mutual funds that a fund company puts together to help investors meet their objectives without having to select individual funds. Some MORE

Fund Of Funds

Business / Finance / Fund Of Funds: The person whose responsibility it is to oversee the allocation of the pool of money invested in a particular mutual fund. The fund manager is charged with investing the money to attain the returns an MORE

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