Mutual funds trading involves buying and selling units of mutual funds, which pool money from multiple investors to invest in diversified portfolios of stocks, bonds, or other securities. Investors can trade mutual fund units through brokers, financial advisors, or directly through fund companies. The price of mutual fund units, known as net asset value (NAV), is calculated based on the total value of the fund’s assets divided by the number of outstanding units. Trading mutual funds provides investors with diversification, professional management, and liquidity, as they can easily buy or sell units based on their investment goals and market conditions.

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