List of No Load Mutual Funds with Research Reports
Last Updated by WikiWealth
Definition and Help With No Load Mutual Funds
No load mutual funds are sold without fees, because they are sold directly to investors. Although no load funds escape up front or back end fees, they still charge an administrative fee, so see the mutual fund research report for that amount. Also keep in mind that mutual funds are taxed, so an investor's return will drop for that reason. Additionally, if a no load fund is overvalued, the fund will decrease in value over time; fees will only make this situation worse.
Investors are best off buying undervalued mutual funds. WikiWealth's mutual funds compute the investment potential minus fees and expenses, but before taxes, which are contingent on the mutual fund manager.
Click on the link to see each research reports.