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- adjective Not charging a fee when shares are purchased or redeemed.
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- adjective US Sold directly to a customer without a sales
- adjective electricity Not supplying
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Many investors already have access to Mr. Gross's talents on Total Returm at a low cost through 401k plans; some do-it-yourselfers buy no-load Managers Pimco Bond , whose 0.58% expense ratio is even lower than the fees on no-load shares of Pimco Total Return available through discount brokers.
The funds in the chart are all no-load, which means there's not a brokerage fee to buy them.
A buy-and-hold investor in a no-load broad-market index fund can minimize these costs, paying as little as 12 cents per hundred dollars per year for management and nothing for trading, research, or capital gains taxes.
"I once told an investment group, 'My greatest fear is that Capital Group will go no-load," said John Bogle , founder of Vanguard.
Top-performing no-load equity income funds the past five years.
Even "no-load" fund companies use them, to pay discount brokerage firms to carry their products in fund supermarkets.
The $180 product has a no-load speed of up to 2,200 rpm and the same number of impacts per minute.
Advisory accounts that include mutual funds often use load-waived or no-load shares of those funds.
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The proposal would not affect "no-load" funds, which typically do not charge such fees.