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Closed-End Mutual Funds: CNBC Explains

CNBC Explains
Thursday, 16 Jun 2011 | 8:23 AM ET
Closed-End Mutual Funds: CNBC Explains
One type of mutual fund is a closed-end fund, which has a share structure that locks in investors from the fund's inception. Building off previous videos, Salman Khan from the Khan Academy explains how closed-end mutual funds work.

One type of mutual fund is a closed-end fund, which has a share structure that locks in investors from the fund’s inception. Building off previous videos, Salman Khan of the Khan Academy explains how closed-end mutual funds work.

From this video, you’ll understand:

  • The difference between open-ended and closed-end funds
  • How liquidity is created in closed-end funds

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