Can i get the definition of "front end" and "back end"?Hi George,When I hear those terms I think of loads.http://www.investorwords.com/l2.htm#load"A sales charge added to the purchase and/or sale price of some mutual funds and annuities. opposite of no-load." A front-end load is charged when you buy, a back-end load is charged when you sell.Have you read Mutual Funds: Costs - Loads?http://www.fool.com/school/mutualfunds/costs/loads.htmFool On,Keith O'MalleyTMF KGOMalleyThe Motley Fool Money GuideIn this friendly and helpful guide, you'll find simple answers to 500 frequently asked questions about personal finance and investing. You will learn about a wide range of topics including budgeting, buying a home or car, insurance needs, paying for college, investing in mutual funds or stocks, and managing your investment portfolio. http://www.foolmart.com/Shopping/Product_View.asp?PRODUCT_ID=MF031_02&ref=CSBO02111
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