Investment funds

The term investment fund refers to assets in which several people participate and in which each shareholder owns a share. A financial instrument of this type therefore serves to divide not only the management costs, but also the income or possible losses.

The mutual investment fund is therefore a way to operate on the Stock Exchange without however endangering large sums of one’s savings. In this way you can essentially try to earn a sum from your stock market shares, but without jeopardizing a figure that losing it could lead to serious financial problems.

However, investment funds have a big problem, encountered above all by the most expert traders: it is not possible to arrange the shares and the assets on which the fund acts.

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