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Four trusts tipped to profit from big opportunity in Japan
We consider the risk and reward of a long-term allocation to Japan and why buying now might be prudent.
by Thomas McMahon
3 hours ago
Investment sectors: Your no-nonsense jargon buster
Get a better understanding of the different investment sectors to help you pick the right funds.
by Rachel Lacey
4 hours ago
Terry Smith steps back from investment trust
Since its launch in 2014, the trust has lagged both the emerging market indices and its sector peers.
by Tom Bailey
Fund spotlight: Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon Trust
interactive investor's analysts give an update and view on the Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon Trust.
by Dzmitry Lipski
How to build a core and satellite investment trust portfolio
Three experts suggest possible core and satellite portfolios for investors with different risk appetites.
by Jennifer Hill
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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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