The following are a few of the websites that should be of interest to Mutual Fund investors.
Securities and Exchange Commission EDGAR
The EDGAR site operated by the Securities and Exchange Commission offers source data for U.S. any mutual fund, including prospectuses (also known as "Form 485" filings) and quarterly reports of holdings ("Form N-Q"),
BetterInvesting Mutual Fund Tools
BetterInvesting provides data and easy-to-use tools that will help you focus on what's important in mutual funds and ETFs. Our mutual fund tools and educational resources will help you search for, evaluate and compare more than 20,000 funds.
Mutual Fund Investor's Center
The Mutual Fund Investor's Centers serves as a resource for anyone who wants to use mutual funds to reach lifetime goals. Visitors learn the basics of mutual fund investing or obtain expanded information, data and commentary. The site serves as a clearinghouse for fund information, providing direct links to educational topics, worksheets, calculators and commentary on a variety of subjects provided by leading fund companies. The site is provided by the Mutual Fund Education Alliance, a national trade association of mutual fund companies that offer funds direct, through supermarkets or through third-parties and financial advisors.
Mutual Fund Observer
The successor website to the highly-acclaimed FundAlarm.com website, Mutual Fund Observer offers fund profiles, commentary, notes about fund manager changes, and educational articles.
Articles, tools, calculators, a glossary, fund search engine, and more -- all to help you invest better in your 401(k) or other retirement accounts.