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  1. How are variable annuities regulated?

    Discover the various rules that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ...
  2. What is an unregistered mutual fund?

    An unregistered mutual fund is a general name given to investment companies that are not formally registered with the Securities ...
  3. When did mutual funds come to the U.S.A.?

    On March 21,1924, the Massachusetts Investors Trust was incorporated, marking the birth of the American mutual fund industry. ...
  4. Under the Investment Company Act of 1940, an investment company must have minimum ...

    A. $25,000B. $50,000C. $100,000D. $500,000 Correct answer: CAn investment company (mutual fund) must have at ...
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