load fund

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load′ fund`

a mutual fund that carries transaction charges, usu. a percentage of the initial investment.
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Last Tuesday afternoon, he made a guest appearance on the KARN talk show hosted by Dave Elswick, during which he vigorously defended his preference for back-end loaded mutual fund shares--particularly when the stock market was at its zenith in late 2007.
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