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Subject:  Re: IRA's and Closed Funds Date:  8/27/1999  3:39 PM
Author:  WilliamLipp Number:  13513 of 101487

andy41177 Date: 8/27/99 2:47 PM Number: 13512
I know that when a fund if "closed", no new money can get in. Am I right in assumming that no new money includes money that would be put in through an IRA?

Most often, funds are "closed to new investors." Existing investors can continue to add money to their existing accounts.

I assume you meant what you said, and not "closed end funds," which are a different beast, where the money invested never changes and the shares trade like stocks.
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