A managed fund pools your money with the money of other
investors to form an investment fund. Specialist investment
managers then invest the money in the fund on your behalf.
When you invest you buy 'units' in a fund, the unit
price reflects the value of the funds investments. If
the value of the investments rises, the unit price rises.
The benefits of investing in managed funds include
||Diversification - A truly diversified portfolio
across all major asset classes can be difficult
for an investor to achieve. Managed funds make diversification
||Investment Specialists - A managed fund
brings the resources and research capacity of specialist
fund managers to you.
||Convenient and efficient - when you invest,
your fund manager will handle all the paperwork
and administration, provide regular performance
reporting and annual tax statements and tax guides.
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