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The Fund Library (TFL) is Canada's longest running and most popular mutual fund investing web site. Thousands of Canadian investors are Fund Library members. They come to TFL so they can research and keep track of their mutual fund investments. They can maintain personal portfolios; receive e-mail updates of fund prices; chart and examine data and much more.
This guide from the Securities and Exchange Commission explains the basics of mutual fund investing — how mutual funds work, what factors to consider before investing, and how to avoid common pitfalls.
Published by the Investment Company Institute, this informative site enhances public understanding of the investment company industry and the policy issues that affect it, particularly those involving legislation and regulation, the U.S. economy, and retirement security.
Published by the Mutual Fund Education Alliance, the not-for-profit trade association of the no-load mutual fund industry, this resource is designed to serve as an important resource for investors who want to use mutual funds to reach their financial goals. Here, you'll find a large collection of mutual fund companies, website links, fund listings and exclusive planning, tracking and monitoring tools.