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There is much more to a prospectus than what has already been described. Below is more information to be found in a prospectus.

The introduction to the fund briefly describes the fund and some basic information about it. The introduction includes the address and various telephone numbers of the fund. The introduction also includes a disclaimer, which tells you that the securities in the fund have neither been approved nor disapproved of by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). It also states that the SEC has not judged the accuracy or adequacy of the prospectus. The SEC requires that the disclaimer be included in the prospectus.

The prospectus may include information on the fund's performance. This includes gains or losses in its net asset value (the value of one share). It also includes information on its yields and distributions of capital gains. With this information, you can compare the fund to others like it.

The prospectus also discusses the risks involved in the types of securities in which it invests. Each security involved has its own discussion.

There is a short explanation of the distribution of dividends and capital gains. It explains how often they are paid out. The section on taxes explains how your dividends and capital gains are taxed.

And now, some words on how to obtain a prospectus.




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