stocks are certificates of ownership of a stock in a company that someone can buy. bonds are certificates that promise that the company will pay for the money someone lent. the costs related to this type of investment are: commission (on the securities bought and sold, and on the amount invested) and hourly fees.
mutual funds costs are: administrative costs, investment advisory fees. commissions are included too.
Matching each cost with the investment type to which it relates we have :
The bond market is where investors go to trade debt securities and bonds. The stock market is a place where investors go to trade common stocks and derivatives.
So under Stocks and bonds column we have - commissions and investment advisory cost
A mutual fund is an investment fund that pools money from many investors to purchase securities.
So under Mutual funds column we have - administrative costs and hourly fees.
Stocks and bonds Mutual Funds
Commissions administrative costs
investment advisory costs Hourly fees