Closed-End Fund

A closed-end fund is a mutual fund whose shares trade from investor to investor on an exchange like individual stocks.

Closed-end mutual funds raise money only once and offer only a fixed number of shares. Most mutual funds are open-end funds, and sell as many shares as investors want. Investors who want to sell redeem their shares through the fund.

 

 

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