One of the biggest complaints investors have against mutual funds is that they are priced only once a day, limiting their ability to jump out of a tanking fund before the price craters too seriously, MarketWatch reports.

Perhaps following the lead of Rydex Investments, that could change. The company has been allowing investors who trade directly with it to receive fund net asset values twice a day. Now, Rydex is extending that to investors who buy shares through brokerages.

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