GSF

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GSFGerman Scooter Forum
GSFGlobal Speakers Federation (formerly International Federation for Professional Speakers)
GSFGross Square Feet (architectural design and construction)
GSFGoonswarm Federation (gaming)
GSFGoogle Service Framework (computing)
GSFGwendolyn Strong Foundation (Santa Barbara, CA)
GSFGhost Script Default Font
GSFGnome Structured File
GSFGovernment Securities Fund (various organizations)
GSFGameSpy Forums
GSFGeneral Services Fund (various locations)
GSFGenoa Social Forum (umbrella anti-G8 group)
GSFGolden State Foods (Irvine, CA)
GSFGriseofulvin (antifungal drug)
GSFGiant Screen Films (Evanston, IL)
GSFGeneral Settlement Fund (various organizations)
GSFGovernment Superannuation Fund (New Zealand)
GSFGraduate School Fellowship (various schools)
GSFGoldman Sachs Foundation
GSFGrove Street Families (gaming, GTA: San Andreas)
GSFGarage Sale Find
GSFGreen Street Family
GSFGame Show Facts (website)
GSFGorgas Science Foundation (Brownsville, TX)
GSFGay-Straight Forum
GSFGirls Schmirls Foundation (song by MXPX)
GSFGeneric Sensor Format
GSFGeorgia Southern & Florida (Railroad)
GSFGlobal Standard Financial (Alpharetta, GA)
GSFGuardian Space Fleet (online fiction)
GSFGovernment Security Forces (Nigeria)
GSFGeneric Scripting Framework (computer programming)
GSFGridspace Freedom
GSFGSF-Forschungszentrum für Umwelt und Gesundheit mbH
GSFGeospatial Science Forum
GSFGPS Support Facility
GSFGrowth Stock Fund
GSFGulf Sea Frontier
GSFGround Security Force (USMC)
GSFGalaxy Science Fiction (magazine)
GSFGeneral Support Forces
GSFGeneral Special Forces (gaming clan)
GSFGroup of Soviet Forces
GSFGrupo San Felipe (Argentina school)
GSFGrenade Safety Fuse
GSFGround Support Facilities
GSFGnomish Special Forces (gaming guild in World of Warcraft)
GSFGalactosemic Fibroblasts
GSFGreensand Filter
GSFGround System of the Future
GSFGeneral Semantics Foundation
GSFGroup Sex Fic (fanfiction)
GSFGrade So Far
GSFGlobal Steel Finance (financial reporting)
GSFGemi Sewa Foundation (Sri Lanka)
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"You can divide growth stock funds into three categories," says Karen Dolan, a mutual fund analyst at research firm Morningstar in Chicago.
If your children are young, consider investing in growth stock funds until your child reaches about age 14.
We combine aggressive growth and growth stock funds, income and growth-and-income stock funds, and global and international stock funds.
Some groups combine two ICI categories: growth, stock funds includes growth and aggressive growth stock funds; global equity funds, global equity and international stock funds; income stock funds, equity income and growth-and-income stock funds; municipal funds, national and state municipal bond funds.
The expected flows for growth stock funds and government bond funds reflect a relatively smooth and slow process, while the unexpected flows show a great deal more short-run volatility (Chart 5).(7)
The correlations between returns and the unexpected components range from 31 percent for GNMA bond funds to 71 percent for growth stock funds. In Chart 6, we plot these correlations for government bond funds and growth stock funds, which serve as our benchmark bond and stock funds.
Some groups combine two ICI categories: growth stock funds includes growth and aggressive growth stock funds; global equity funds , global equity and international stock funds; income stock funds, equity income and growth-and income stock funds; municipal funds, national and state municipal bond funds.
On the basis of stock and bond price movements, we would have predicted unexpected outflows from growth stock funds of 1.1 percent of net assets.
In essence, Rogers says your portfolio pie should be cut to reserve 10 percent for aggressive growth stock funds, such as funds which invest in small, fastgrowing companies, 30 percent for growth stocks, which are shares in well-established, successful companies, 40 percent should be divided between corporate bonds and liquid assets and the remaining 20 percent, he says, should be concentrated into a value equity portfolio, which is investments in companies that are currently out of favor on Wall Street.
Instead, the pros say investors are much better off owning mutual funds--even aggressive growth stock funds, which offer more diversification than individual stocks.
A diverse group of large growth stock funds may make for a strong portfoIio next year.
The couple also has about $10,000 invested in Fidelity mutual funds, which are divided into three areas: fixed income, growth and income and aggressive growth stock funds.