Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Fund Overlap

A fund overlap is when an investor owns two or more funds that have the same securities, sector exposures, or even underlying investment strategy. The situation results in the investor paying two fund managers for the same work. It could even result in an investor building up more exposure than expected to a sector or company.

Synonyms: Double-up, Overlap

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