Money market funds are those funds that invest in ultrashort fixed-income securities that have minimal credit risk. These can include U.S. Treasury securities and repurchase agreements, commercial paper, certificates of deposit, corporate notes and other private instruments. They seek to maintain their share price at $1 and be used as a cash substitute.
To find out detailed information on Money Market Funds in the U.S. that are appropriately tagged by our analysts, click the tabs in the table below. The data that can be found in each tab includes historical performance, the different fees in each fund, the initial investment required, number of holdings, breakdown of weights by each sector and much more. Each ticker and name links to more detailed data about each fund, including graphs, fund descriptions, details about the fund managers, and other valuable information. The table can be resorted by clicking the first row of any column. Each fund may be in more than one table on our site because they usually have more than one tag associated with them; for instance, a European equity mutual fund may be tagged as “developed markets”, “equity” and “Europe”.
Last Updated 01/17/18