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Series 6

Unit 2 QQ2J Newspaper Quotes/ Investment Service Terms

B Balanced
BD Bond
C Common
CN Canadian
CV Convertible Bond, Preferred Stock
FL Flexible
H Hedge
L Leverage
P Preferred
SP Specialized
TF Tax Free
Total Net Asset Listed at market value.
Cash and Equivalents Includes cash and receivables, short term government securities, and other money market instrubments less current liabilities. Part of total net assets.
Percentage change in net assets per share these columns show a fund's performance over a specified period.
Minimum Unit minimum initial purchase of shares
Maximum sales charge
Price Record From these columns, you can learn a share's percentage of appreciation from its low price of the year. To determine the percentage, subtract the low price from the latest NAV per share then divide the difference by the low price.
NAV per share Shows current POP
Created by: ericjrolon