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Rollover to Mutual Funds?

Yes you can. Mutual Funds are one of the many different investment options available in a Rollover IRA. All Rollover Planning Kits include our special report on Mutual Funds.

Sold only by prospectus, a mutual fund is an investment company — a company that makes investments on behalf of individuals and institutions who share common financial goals. The fund pools the money with that of other shareholders who have similar objectives. Professional money managers then use the pool to buy a wide range of stocks, bonds, or money market instruments that, in the manager's judgement, will help investors achieve the objectives.

Open End: Continuous share offering; shares sold by the investor are redeemed by the issuer at net asset value.

Closed End:  Fixed amount of money; shares are listed and traded above or below net asset value based on investor supply and demand for the shares.  

Types

       1.  Stock Mutual Fund

Monies are invested in a portfolio of equity securities.

Investment Objective: Seeks long-term capital appreciation.

       2.  High Grade Bond Mutual Fund (Taxable/Tax Free1)

Monies are invested in a portfolio of fixed income securities (bonds).

Investment Objective: Seeks current income from quality investments and the         preservation of principal.

       3. Balanced Fund

Monies are invested in stocks and fixed income securities (bonds).

Investment Objective: Seeks current income and modest growth in a diversified portfolio.

       4.  Specialty Funds

Investments in precious metals, futures, options, technology stocks, etc.

Investors should consider a fund's investment objective, risks, charges, and expenses carefully before invest­ing. The prospectus, which contains this and other important information, is available from your Financial Advisor and should be read carefully before investing. The investment return and principal value of a mutual fund investment will fluctuate, and an investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Prices on existing bonds and, therefore, the value of bond funds generally decline as interest rates rise. Due to their narrow focus, specialty funds typically exhibit greater volatility.

 1 Some issues may be subject to state taxes and/or the alternative minimum tax.

 
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