A fund that invests in short term debt instruments... more on: Money market funds
Funds whose assets have to be invested in short term securities. Due to the guarantee provided by them, they are almost equivalent to cash. Top of this page
mutual fund that invests in short-term investments. These funds are generally sold as no load funds and may offer check writing privileges.
Invest in short-term securities, such as Treasury bills and commercial paper. Degree of investment risk: low.
A mutual fund that invests only in short term securities, such as bankers' acceptances, commercial paper, repurchase agreements and government bills. The net asset value per share is maintained at $1.00. Such funds are not federally insured, although the portfolio may consist of guaranteed securities and/or the fund may have private insurance protection.
A type of mutual fund that invests in short-term securities such as Certificates of Deposits
(go to top) Funds that invest solely in money market or cash instruments with durations ranging from overnight to three months, or managed currency funds with an objective of maximizing the value of liquid assets via the management of currency exposure. Investments will normally be held in bank deposits, short-term monetary investments and forward currency contracts.
Are mutual funds which invest in short-term instruments such as treasury bills, commercial paper, and asset backed securities (ABS). Broadly defined, these investments have maturities, and for some, durations less than a year. Often, these funds try to keep the average maturity or quantitative duration within 2-3 months. Also, these funds try to maintain a net asset value (NAV) of $1 per share. However, this price level is not guaranteed and there have been cases where it was broken. In the latter case, it is known as "breaking a buck."
A mutual fund that invests in short-term debts.
These invest in cash investments, such as bank deposits. Often referred to as “cash funds”, they offer higher returns than a building society account but still have the same level of security.
Funds which invest in short-term debt instruments — Treasury bills, commercial paper, bankers' acceptances, etc. — that are issued and traded in the money market. An investor's risk is low to moderate with these funds.
Noninsured, non-regulated private investment pools.
Mutual funds whose investments are limited to money-market instruments or other securities with average maturities usually measurable in days.
A mutual fund that pools the resources of individuals to invest in certain managed investments.
Refers to mutual funds investing solely in money market instruments.
Money Market Funds investing in short term. The short term level of interest rates is very important to the performance of the fund. The fund manager also has access to financial instruments which may provide a generally higher yield to which the private client does not.
mutual funds that use the resources of their investors to buy money market certificates.
Money market funds invest in money market paper and debt securities with short term maturities. Securities include government securities, securities issued by banks and large corporations. These categoryâ€(tm)s of funds are traditionally known as the least risky of all the mutual funds. However, they generally generate much lower rates of interest than other forms of investment funds.
Mutual funds that invest in money-market instruments.