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What is a fund?
A fund is a pool of investors' money run by a fund manager who invests on behalf of the customer, invested into different assets and professionally managed by the fund manager and their research team.
Each investor receives units, which represent a portion of the holdings of the fund.
A mutual fund is a group of various investments, such as stocks, bonds and cash. There are three main types: equity funds, fixed-income funds, and money market funds. Each type has a different level of risk associated with it.
An actively-management investment fund has an individual fund manager or a team of managers who make investment decisions for the fund.
Passive management of a fund intends to track the returns of an index, it doesn't have a fund management team making decisions and can be structured as an exchange-traded fund (ETF), a mutual fund or a unit trust.
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