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    Front-End Load

    Front-End Load is a fee paid when shares are purchased. This fee typically goes to the brokers that sell the fund's shares. Front-end loads reduce the amount of your investment.

    According to NASD rules, a front-end load cannot be higher than 8.5% of your investment.

    Also known as Sales Charge.

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