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  1. Are NextShares the Future of Funds? (EVSTC)

    Eaton Vance's NextShares are expected to revolutionize both the ETF and mutual fund ...
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    Understand the difference between exchange-traded funds and closed-end funds, and learn how investors can use each to meet ...
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  3. How often are mutual fund prices updated?

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    Learn when mutual funds split their shares and why this practice is primarily a marketing tactic aimed at encouraging investors ...
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