no-load


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no-load

(nō′lōd′)
adj. Business
Not charging a fee when shares are purchased or redeemed: a no-load mutual fund.
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According to the report, at year-end 2014, 87% of 401(k) plan mutual fund assets were invested in no-load shares, about evenly split between retail and institutional no-load shares.
The controller is designed to enable low-cost, energy-efficient 120V/230VAC offline adapters and chargers {up to 5 W) which consume zero no-load power for cell phones, audio players, digital cameras, and other low-power portable devices.
Co-portfolio manager Kieran Osborne added, "In so doing, Merk Investments is continuing its tradition of managing transparent no-load currency mutual funds that typically do not employ leverage.
787", it is available in two models--a low-speed/high-torque unit with no-load spindle speeds ranging between 230rpm and 1,750rpm and the high-speed model with no-load spindle speed between 1,000rpm and 7,000rpm and torque rated at 1.
Baltimore, now include a No-Load Alarm horn and silencer button as standard.
designed its No-Load Universal Life policy for those who seek supplemental retirement income.
The WE14-150 Plus angle grinder from Metabo maintains a constant speed while operating during both maximum load and no-load conditions.
Books on low-cost or no-load funds, available at many bookstores, are a good resource.
Consequently, by February 1997 more than 200 companies had established no-load DRPs (Clements, 1997).
This note examines the behavior of load and no-load mutual funds before and during the 1987 stock market crash.
And many former no-load groups, most notably Fidelity Investments, tack up-front loads onto their funds, even though they offer no advice.