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Monetta Markets Young Investor Fund to Gift-Giving Parents
Monetta Mutual Funds is letting investors know that savings are a gift that could last a lifetime. The company is marketing its fund as the perfect gift to give a child for the holidays.
The Monetta Young Investor Fund Is ... A Holiday Gift That Could Last A Lifetime.
The Young Investor Fund is not only a kids-themed mutual fund, but also motivates kids to play the educational games and activities to win such prizes as Nintendo's WII systems and Gameboys, Apple I-pods, Microsoft XBox, Best Buy gift cards and a whole lot more! Most holiday gifts have a life span of about two days before the gift is either broken or the child loses interest. A gift in the Monetta Young Investor Fund teaches kids the value of saving and investing while providing a fun interactive environment, with age-based products and options to play various games and activities to win prizes.
For a minimum $250 investment, and $25 per month or quarter in an automatic savings plan (AIP)*, kids will receive an "age-based" investment kit that includes an old-fashioned piggy bank, coin collector's album, a book, ("Money Book For Kids") money book for kids, celebrate saving CD (15 money songs), plush train engine and /or a wallet.
Each kit also includes an activity book, money-themed short story, the most recent kid's quarterly newsletter and games and activities that kids can play to win prizes.
"This is the kind of gift whose educational value will last a lifetime" says Robert Bacarella, Monetta's president, "The Young Investor Fund is not only a kids-themed mutual fund, but also motivates kids to play the educational games and activities to win such prizes as Nintendo's WII systems and Gameboys, Apple I-pods, Microsoft XBox, Best Buy gift cards and a whole lot more!"
As a special for this Holiday gift season, the investment kits will be mailed immediately after the account is opened and will include a Young Investor Fund certificate.
For additional information visit www.Younginvestorfund.com or call 1-866-YNG-INVESTOR (964-4683).*
An Automatic Investment Plan does not assure, and does not protect against, a loss in declining markets. Such a plan involves continuous investment in securities regardless of fluctuating price levels and investors should consider their financial ability to continue purchases through periods of low price levels.
The portion of the Fund that invests in underlying ETF's that track the Index will be subject to certain risks which are unique to tracking the Index. By investing in ETF's, you will indirectly bear your share of any fees and expenses charged by the under-lying funds, in addition to indirectly bearing the principal risks of the funds. Please refer to the prospectus for further details.
The Fund's investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses must be considered carefully before investing. The prospectus contains this and other important information about the investment company, and it maybe obtained by calling 1-800-Monetta, or visiting www.monetta.com. Read it carefully before investing.
All investments, including those in mutual funds, have risks and principal loss is possible. Limiting the purchase of individual stocks to companies that produce products or provide services that are recognized by children or teenagers may be a risk if this sector underperforms, which can be significantly affected by the performance of the overall economy, interest rates, competition, consumer confidence and spending, and changes in demographics and consumer tastes.
For custodial accounts, Monetta Financial Services Inc. has a "college savings program" where Monetta Shareholders automatically receive an investment kit, a quarterly newsletter, various educational materials and in addition, if enrolled, will receive Tuition Rewards™ credits.
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