Thousands of US mutual funds may be purchased with no transaction fee (free) while others use a simple price structure that includes all regulatory and exchange fees.
Commissions apply to all mutual funds except No Transaction Fee Mutual Funds.
|No Transaction Fee Funds1||USD 0.00|
|IBKR Transaction Fee||Lesser of 3% * Trade Value or USD 14.95, per Transaction|
Mutual Funds are investments that pool the funds of investors to purchase a range of securities to meet specified objectives, such as growth, income or both. Investors are reminded to consider the various objectives, fees, and other risks associated with investing in Mutual Funds. Please read the prospectus accordingly. This communication is not to be construed as a recommendation, solicitation or promotion of any specific fund, or family of funds. Interactive Brokers may receive compensation from fund companies in connection with purchases and holdings of mutual fund shares. Such compensation is paid out of the funds’ assets. However, IBKR does not solicit you to invest in specific funds and does not recommend specific funds or any other products to you. For additional information please view our Mutual Fund Product Listings.
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