Ever since the invention of the Reserve Fund commonly known as the money market fund in 1970, the investment market has always been a beehive of activity. The money market fund is a mutual fund that offers both security and returns to investors seeking for safe storage of their money. It invests in short-term high yielding securities such as commercial papers, government bonds, and US treasury bills.

Different economies have different rules and institutions governing the trade and operations of these financial commodities. In the US, the money market fund is checked and controlled by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This commission formulates and implements the laws governing the issuance, maturity, quality, and diversity of this market. Over time the money market funds have been used by investors to curb their losses as they offer a safer option for their investment.

In addition to the simplistic nature of the money market funds, these funds are readily available and accessible to any investor in the economy. Regardless of the amount of cash you have, you will be able to purchase a fund that suits you. On the other hand, wealthy individuals have nothing to worry about. Thanks to the dividends feature that comes with this investment you will be able to enjoy little amount of cash as you wait for the maturity of the funds.

About Bruce Bent II
Mr. Bruce Bent II is a well-accomplished business executive with vast hands-on experience when it comes to helping business ventures, and entrepreneurs overcome the difficult challenges that they face. Bent is also knowledgeable about the financial markets, intellectual properties, money market funds and technologies.

Currently, Bruce Bent II is the Vice Chairman and President of Double Rock Corporation®. Through this company, Bruce is able to provide innovative financial and cash related services to its clients who include the retail market, banks, brokerage firms, and private institutions. Mr. Bent is a Bachelor of Science in Philosophy graduate from the Northeastern University.

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