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March 04, 2006


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The importance of diversification is what has caused me to focus the majority of my investing into Mutual Funds Trading. Since I began to focus on ttrading mutual funds rather than idividual stocks, my profits have improved significantly with a smoother equity curve.

Upgading No Load Mutual Funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) is a great way to diversify your investment portfolio.

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As the writer points out, Index Funds offer good investment value. Plus, since index funds aren't identified by fanciful names, access to discrete sectors or national economies is much easier to negotiate. Index Funds are re-priced every 15 seconds or so and trade at Net Asset Value (NAV). Alternatively, closed-end funds trade at a discount or premium to NAV, offering the investor the added potential of moving from discount to premium, as well as identifying discrete sectors or national economies. Also, Indices are mostly capitalization-weighted, making Index Funds likely to be overbought. Power-Shares(tm) equal weight their indices and hence are likely to provide better performance.

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