What is a distinguishing feature of open-ended mutual funds in terms of maturity period? Option: "Maturity period is determined by the fund manager", "They do not have a fixed maturity period", "Maturity period depends on market conditions", "They have a fixed maturity period"

What is a distinguishing feature of open-ended mutual funds in terms of maturity period?

What does the term 'open-ended' mean in the context of mutual funds?

What is a defining characteristic of open-ended Low Duration Funds?

Which of the following is a significant advantage of open-ended mutual funds?

What makes open-ended Mutual Funds highly liquid?

What characteristic defines open-ended mutual funds in terms of the number of units they can issue?