A Purely American Invention: The U.S. Open-End Mutual Fund Industry, by Lee L.
Gremillion, Lee Gremillion. National Investment Co. Service Association. The U.S. Open-End
Mutual Fund Industry targets the needs of three audiences. First, it seeks to help mutual
fund industry employees who wish to gain an understanding of both the breadth of fund
operations and the context in which they are performed. Many industry members know only a
limited subset of mutual fund functions- because they are new to the industry, or because
their experience has been limited to a narrow functional area. Information.
Funds: Risk and Performance Analysis for Decision Making, by John A. Haslem. Blackwell
Publishers. This authoritative book enables readers to analyze the various performance and
risk attributes of mutual funds, while also serving as a comprehensive reference for
students, academics, and general investors alike. Information.
Successful Mutual Fund: The Step-by-Step Reference Guide to Make It Happen, by Melinda
Gerber. JV Books. Step-by-Step Reference Guide to Make It Happen sets out everything you
need to know about getting a fund off the ground: what to do, what it will cost, how to
avoid common pitfalls, how to build a fund that will survive. Information.
International Encyclopedia of Mutual Funds, Closed-End Funds, and REITs, by Peter
Madlem, Thomas K. Sykes, Peter W. Madlem. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers; 1 edition.
This timely book provides authoritative information, both historical and conceptual, that
will help to ensure the right investment choices as well as explain these vehicles to
Mutual Fund Business (2nd Edition), by Robert C. Pozen. Houghton Mifflin Company; 2nd
edition. Covers the key principles of mutual fund investment theory through
straightforward writing supported by selected articles and case studies. Information.
Uneasy Chaperone : A Resource for Independent Directors of Mutual Funds, by James M.
Storey, Thomas M. Clyde. Management Practice Inc. A readable new guide for mutual fund
directors (sometimes called trustees), their counsel, advisors and support staff. It is a
practical, down to earth guide which helps directors understand the intricacies of
their job. Information.
Ratings' Guide to Stock Mutual Funds: A Quarterly Compilation of Investment Ratings and
Analyses Covering Equity and Balanced Mutual Funds Spr ... (Weiss Ratings' Guide to
Stock Mutual Funds), by Inc Weiss
Ratings. Weiss Ratings; 23rd edition. Information.
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