The three best mutual funds you should invest in

A bundled investment product made up of other incest products like bonds and stocks are known as mutual funds. Buying shares in the form of individual stocks and bonds are not as good as buying shares in mutual funds. In mutual funds, the investment in stock is diversified more easily. Below are the three best mutual funds:

T. Rowe Price Instl Large Cap Core Gr Fd
The investment seeks to provide long-term capital growth by investing in common stocks of large-cap growth companies. A growth-oriented approach is followed while selecting stocks and normally, the investment in stock is divided between 100 to 130 companies. The fund normally is known to invest at least 80 % of its net assets in large-cap companies. The fund has provided good returns in the past year, and overall has provided 12.97% over the past decade. The fees of this fund are below average compared to other funds of this category. Whereas, the fund is a high-risk fund compared to other funds of the category.

Fidelity Blue Chip Growth Fund
The Fidelity Blue Chip Growth Fund is expected to grow at an above-average pace and is the fund that invests in large-cap U.S. stocks. The fund offers good long-term profit with volatility. Majority of the fund is mostly allocated to technology. Around 39% of the source of the fund has an elevated risk profile. On March 27, 2018, the asset was allocated to the fund amounts to $24.70 billion in 463 different holdings. A core large-cap holding is served by the fund. The Fidelity Blue Chip Growth Fund has an expense ratio of 0.69%. Any investment in stocks can have both market and individual security risk. There is no guarantee that the fund strategy will pan out or that the shareholders will not lose the money that has been invested.

Harbor Capital Appreciation Fund
The Harbor Capital Appreciation Fund is focused on the blue chips as well. The fund’s asset allocation is almost $30.74 billion, which is invested in 54 different holdings. The fund’s major portfolio consists of primary shares of large companies. Apple and Amazon are usually the part of the fund’s portfolio. The fund also has interests in blue-chip companies that have a strong brand-name appeal. One will also find other big names like Google, IBM, Nike, Target, and such popular brands. The companies aim to invest their funds in stocks that have characteristics like superior sales, improving sales momentum, high levels of unit growth, improving profitability, strong balance, superior absolute and relative earnings growth. The fund has an expense ratio of 0.65%. Like most funds, this fund also has its own risks.

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