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Money market funds are appropriate for investors who seek a stable investment... Money market funds are appropriate for investors who seek a stable investment with a low risk that they might lose part of their principal (most of these funds are backed either by FDIC insurance, a government agency, or an investment-grade borrower). Their safety is a unique attribute: the SEC mandates that government and retail money market funds maintain a stable $1 NAV. While the risk in owning a money market fund is very low, the trade-off for investors is that the potential returns are negligible. Money market funds are considered cash-equivalent and can be exchanged for money at short notice. They’re often purchased by investors looking to park excess money or maintain a rainy-day fund for emergency situations. These funds typically hold short-term debt maturing in less than a year and the holdings can include treasury bills, bankers' acceptances, certificates of deposit, commercial paper, and repurchase agreements, among others. There are minimal costs involved to liquidate an investment in a money market fund, although some funds may impose a liquidity fee, or temporarily suspend redemptions under certain conditions. The funds can be Taxable Money Market, Tax-Free Money Market, or Prime Money Market depending on the strategies of the respective portfolios. Last Updated: 10/03/2022 View more View less

Money market funds are appropriate for investors who seek a stable investment with a low risk that they might lose part of their principal (most of these funds are backed either by FDIC... Money market funds are appropriate for investors who seek a stable investment with a low risk that they might lose part of their principal (most of these funds are backed either by FDIC insurance, a government agency, or an investment-grade borrower). Their safety is a unique attribute: the SEC mandates that government and retail money market funds maintain a stable $1 NAV. While the risk in owning a money market fund is very low, the trade-off for investors is that the potential returns are negligible. Money market funds are considered cash-equivalent and can be exchanged for money at short notice. They’re often purchased by investors looking to park excess money or maintain a rainy-day fund for emergency situations. These funds typically hold short-term debt maturing in less than a year and the holdings can include treasury bills, bankers' acceptances, certificates of deposit, commercial paper, and repurchase agreements, among others. There are minimal costs involved to liquidate an investment in a money market fund, although some funds may impose a liquidity fee, or temporarily suspend redemptions under certain conditions. The funds can be Taxable Money Market, Tax-Free Money Market, or Prime Money Market depending on the strategies of the respective portfolios. Last Updated: 10/03/2022 View more View less

Overview

Returns

Income

Allocations

Fees

About

$1.00

0.00%

$17.26 B

3.65%

$0.04

0.11%

0.46%

0.76%

0.44%

0.15%

$1.00

0.00%

$11.94 B

0.75%

$0.01

0.07%

0.35%

0.62%

0.34%

0.34%

$1.00

0.00%

$6.19 B

3.62%

$0.04

0.10%

0.44%

0.74%

0.44%

0.18%

$1.00

0.00%

$4.38 B

0.75%

$0.01

0.08%

0.33%

0.58%

0.32%

0.34%

$1.00

0.00%

$4.27 B

3.34%

$0.03

0.07%

0.38%

0.63%

0.35%

0.41%

$1.00

0.00%

$4.05 B

3.52%

$0.04

0.09%

0.38%

0.68%

0.40%

0.16%

$1.00

0.00%

$3.70 B

0.00%

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0.03%

0.29%

0.55%

0.31%

0.45%

$1.00

0.00%

$3.21 B

3.96%

$0.04

0.12%

0.50%

0.80%

0.49%

0.21%

$1.00

0.00%

$2.57 B

0.00%

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0.09%

0.45%

0.74%

0.45%

0.21%

$1.00

0.00%

$2.54 B

3.26%

$0.03

0.07%

0.28%

0.44%

0.24%

0.70%

$1.00

0.00%

$2.52 B

3.57%

$0.04

0.07%

0.34%

0.61%

0.35%

0.20%

$1.00

0.00%

$2.08 B

0.00%

-

0.09%

0.43%

0.73%

0.42%

0.16%

$1.00

0.00%

$2.04 B

0.00%

-

0.08%

0.39%

0.69%

0.41%

0.18%

$1.00

0.00%

$1.57 B

3.48%

$0.03

0.10%

0.43%

0.73%

0.43%

0.15%

$1.00

0.00%

$1.46 B

3.37%

$0.03

0.07%

0.37%

0.64%

0.38%

0.31%

$1.00

0.00%

$1.21 B

3.23%

$0.03

0.07%

0.36%

0.63%

0.37%

0.30%

$1.00

0.00%

$1.09 B

1.66%

$0.02

0.07%

0.35%

0.62%

0.34%

0.34%

$1.00

0.00%

$803.68 M

0.76%

$0.01

0.11%

0.36%

0.64%

0.35%

0.34%

$1.00

0.00%

$774.44 M

3.30%

$0.03

0.05%

0.28%

0.48%

0.25%

0.51%

$1.00

0.00%

$762.20 M

0.00%

-

0.11%

0.44%

0.75%

0.44%

0.20%

$1.00

0.00%

$734.22 M

0.00%

-

0.05%

0.27%

0.50%

0.31%

0.53%

$1.00

0.00%

$718.17 M

1.81%

$0.02

0.04%

0.42%

0.77%

0.40%

0.45%

$1.00

0.00%

$635.27 M

0.00%

-

0.04%

0.30%

0.56%

0.30%

0.33%

$1.00

0.00%

$554.92 M

5.29%

$0.05

0.02%

0.30%

0.53%

0.29%

0.45%

$1.00

0.00%

$498.37 M

3.52%

$0.04

0.02%

0.32%

0.53%

0.30%

0.56%

$1.00

0.00%

$399.44 M

3.55%

$0.04

0.09%

0.36%

0.63%

0.37%

0.30%

$1.00

0.00%

$341.29 M

3.59%

$0.04

0.10%

0.41%

0.69%

0.39%

0.20%

$1.00

0.00%

$308.46 M

0.00%

-

0.08%

0.39%

0.70%

0.41%

0.18%

$1.00

0.00%

$303.57 M

3.52%

$0.04

0.03%

0.30%

0.52%

0.29%

0.54%

$1.00

0.00%

$299.01 M

0.00%

-

0.03%

0.40%

0.69%

0.42%

0.20%

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