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Loans to companies, cities, or states that usually pay a specified interest rate are called:
A. stocks
B. bonds
C. mutual funds
D. money markets
it is B bonds
Which of the following is NOT an advantage of buying mutual funds?
A. You can start with a small amount
B. You reduce your risk
C. You always make money
D. You have a variety of companies
it is D you have a variety of companies
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