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re: back-end loadedAs your question suggests, this term as applied to a company's quarterly revenues indicates that the revenue was not generated uniformly over the quarter (or other period). Rather, a higher proportion was concentrated in the last few days or weeks than in earlier portions of the period.Relative to mutual funds, a back-end load refers to a fee charged by the mutual fund when funds are withdrawn from the fund. Often, a back-end load is reduced little by little the longer your money remains in the fund, eventually going to zero.
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