Start building a mutual fund investment portfolio to meet your future goals
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With as little as $500, you can start building a mutual fund investment portfolio to meet your future goals. By purchasing shares in a particular mutual fund, a professional investment manager will invest your money in stocks, bonds and money market instruments – and monitor the investments to make sure they continue to meet the fund’s and shareholders’ goals.
To find out what category of mutual funds may be right for you, take our Investor Profile Test. Then, if you would like to receive more information or discuss an investment strategy to meet your goals, just give us a call at (000) 000-0000.
Note: We do not recommend a particular mutual fund, nor guarantee that any mutual fund will achieve its investment objective. Mutual funds are not deposits and are not insured or guaranteed by the FDIC, or any other government agency. An investment in mutual funds involves investment risks including the possible loss of the principal amount invested. Always ask for a prospectus and read it carefully before you invest in any mutual fund.
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