But they will buy them outright. Talk to Scott Tuesday through Saturday
You can’t cancel over the phone. They want your cancelation in writing.
If you call, you will be given two email addresses:
To cancel a camp: nscamp
To cancel a membership: northshoremembership
In a word “eBay”
Step 1: Post stuff you don’t want on eBay
Step 2: Get paid for the items you sell
Step 3: Package and ship the item to the buyers in a box, and don’t forget the packing peanuts.
Repeat Steps 1 thru 3 until you are out of packing peanuts or out of stuff you don’t want, etc.
So I was curious about the oldest mutual funds that there are.
Which as fairly easy to find:
Oldest Mutual Funds By Inception Date (Still Active)
Rank Name Date of Creation
1 MFS Massachusetts Investors Fund (MITTX) 1924
2 Putnam Investors Fund (PINVX) 1925
3 Pioneer Fund (PIODX) 1928
4 Century Shares Fund (CENSX) 1928
5 Vanguard Wellington Fund (VWELX) 1929;
7 CGM Mutual Fund (LOMMX) 1929
6 Seligman Common Stock Fund (SCSFX) 1930
8 Fidelity Fund (FFIDX) 1930
9 Dodge & Cox Balance Fund (DODBX) 1931
But where are they today:
MITTX Massachusetts Inv 6/6/2014 6:24pm 28.73
PINVX Putnam Investors 6/6/2014 6:24pm 20.78
PIODX Pioneer Fund Clas 6/6/2014 6:24pm 41.35
CENSX Century Shares Tr 6/6/2014 7:48pm 24.15
VWELX Vanguard Wellingt 6/6/2014 6:24pm 39.86
LOMMX CGM Mutual Fund ( 6/6/2014 6:24pm 32.2
SCSFX SCSFX N/A N/A 0
FFIDX Fidelity Fund 6/6/2014 6:24pm 44.93
DODBX Dodge & Cox Balan 6/6/2014 6:24pm 101.94
Seligman Common Stock Fund Inc (SCSFX:US) was acquired by AMP:US
Sometimes when screening mutual funds you may want to look at long term rate or return.
Here are a list of some of the common fund screeners and the rate of return in years that they allow (in no particular order)
Screener URL Yrs Available In Rate of Return Calculation
There is an interesting article here:
That I think is much more useful to look at like this:
|And you can get the details this way|