Front Load

A fee levied by a mutual fund company on new investments. A front-end load is charged up front, as opposed to a back-end load, which is levied when you sell. There is no evidence that mutual funds charging hefty loads outperform no-load funds, and the latter have been gaining popularity in recent years.

 

 

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