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recession portfolio management: Original post by Victoria Duff of Demand Media Many mutual fund families offer at least a couple different classes of shareholding to their investors. Class A shares generally have a front-end sales load. Class B shares are usually the class that has no front sales load, instead, they have a contingent deferred sales load (CDSL) and a 12b-1 fee. Class C shares have other options such as lower…

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