Mutual Funds is a legal, multi-class, investment arrangement often formed as a business trust or corporation having different classes of shares. A mutual fund is a collection of stocks, bonds, or other securities operated by money managers, that allocates the fund’s assets and attempts to produce capital gains. Mutual funds are divided into several kinds of categories, representing the kinds of securities they invest in, their investment objectives, and the type of returns they seek, with shares traded continuously. Having less risk than buying individual securities, mutual funds give benefits of professional stock picking and portfolio management due to its diversified investments. The average mutual fund holds hundreds of different securities, which means mutual fund shareholders gain important diversification at a low price.