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Y-Share

What is 'Y-Share'

A class of mutual fund shares that often has a high minimum investment, such as $500,000 per lot, and the added benefit of waived or limited load charges and fees. Due to the high minimum investment required, Y-shares are often only accessible by large institutional investors.

Explaining 'Y-Share'

Many Y-class shares often waive the annual 12b-1 fees that are customarily charged for marketing and distribution purposes. The fee-free savings from buying Y-shares are substantial, considering that the amount charged from 12b-1 fees alone is 0.25-1.00% of the fund's assets and that at least $500,000 worth of securities are being purchased.


Further Reading


Restoring rational choice: The challenge of consumer financial regulation
www.aeaweb.org [PDF]
… A few pages later he writes that “Competition tends to force the level of economic life down to the moral stan- dard of the worst … also about psychology and advanced topics in economics including asset pricing, information economics, and general equilibrium theory … Risk y share …

Time-series behavior of share repurchases and dividendsTime-series behavior of share repurchases and dividends
www.jstor.org [PDF]
… A few pages later he writes that “Competition tends to force the level of economic life down to the moral stan- dard of the worst … also about psychology and advanced topics in economics including asset pricing, information economics, and general equilibrium theory … Risk y share …

Corporate governance and share price: Evidence from listed firms in NigeriaCorporate governance and share price: Evidence from listed firms in Nigeria
www.ajol.info [PDF]
… A few pages later he writes that “Competition tends to force the level of economic life down to the moral stan- dard of the worst … also about psychology and advanced topics in economics including asset pricing, information economics, and general equilibrium theory … Risk y share …

Economic integration and changes in the business cycle in East Asia: is the region decoupling from the rest of the world?Economic integration and changes in the business cycle in East Asia: is the region decoupling from the rest of the world?
www.mitpressjournals.org [PDF]
… A few pages later he writes that “Competition tends to force the level of economic life down to the moral stan- dard of the worst … also about psychology and advanced topics in economics including asset pricing, information economics, and general equilibrium theory … Risk y share …


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