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  • n. Plural form of fundholder.


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  • One benefit MLP mutual funds enjoy is that a big portion of the regular distributions they pass along to fundholders is tax-advantaged, allowing investors to put off tax bills until they sell and eventually make them eligible for lower, long-term capital-gains rates.

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  • Some funds distribute returns directly to unitholders, while others reinvest the distributions back into the fund, buying more units for fundholders.

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  • While holders of individual stocks pay capital-gains taxes only when they sell, fundholders frequently receive a tax bill when portfolio managers part with appreciated securities.

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  • Ned Johnson, owner of fund behemoth Fidelity Investments, cautioned fundholders not to expect another year of outsize gains.

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  • If you're a fundholder, the largest threat is that other fundholders -- especially Magellan's -- will cash out.

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  • Cash reserves: Similarly, John Neff, Kerkorian's biggest cheerleader on Wall Street, has obligations to his Vanguard Windsor fundholders, which include NEWSWEEK employees 'retirement accounts.

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  • Such is life for Barker and her fundholders these days.

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  • In total, investment politics have cost fundholders vastly more in recent years.

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  • A Calpers spokesman estimated the likely divestment transaction costs to fundholders to be about $17.8 million.

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  • Until recently, "market timing" evoked images of New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer pursuing mutual-fund companies for helping speculators do quick in-and-out trades that skimmed profits from long-term fundholders.

    There's No Time Like the Right Time


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