Tickers for mutual funds can be found on a number of sites. Try ww.usatoday.com or www.quicken.com. The info would also be in the prospectus. I would also suspect that these funds have an 800 number that you can get NAV with a touch-tone phone.FAHDX o Fidelity Advisors High Yield Fund Class ATEMFX o Templeton Foreign FundMAHDX o Merrill Lynch Global Holdings FundMAPCX o Merrill Lynch Pacific (!) FundMASRX o Merrill Lynch Equity Index Trust (S&P 500) MACPX o Merrill Lynch Capital Fund Class AMABAX o Merrill Lynch Basic Value Fund Class ANote that I easily found all of your funds; at least this set seems to be retail and not just institutional.I bet you are paying the Wise a pretty penny upfront to get these class A shares.
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