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Investment Dictionary - Turnover

The trading activity of a fund as it sells securities from a portfolio and replaces them with new ones. For example, assume that a fund began the year with a portfolio of $200 million in various securities. If the fund sold $100 million of the original securities and replaced them with $100 million of new securities it would have a turnover rate of 50%.

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