Mutual fund account characteristics are outlined within this Series 26 study guide. In order for an Investment Company Products/Variable Contracts Limited Principal to ensure mutual fund transactions are processed correctly, it is important to know all important details regarding mutual fund accounts. We will discuss further aspects of this section later in the study guide
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