Open-end mutual funds, pension funds, life cycle funds. Still some funds, but what’s the difference between them?
Choosing properly open-end mutual funds is sometimes quite a chore.
An investor can invest in several types of mutual funds. Each fund has certain advantages and disadvantages at the same time. Individual types of mutual funds can be combined with each other.
Investing in open-end mutual funds is relatively easy. All you have to do is choose a fund, enter a standing order in your bank and have the money sent.
We bring widespread myths about investing in open-end mutual funds. The common denominator of myths is ignorance of the principles of collective investment.
There are many opportunities to invest small amounts. We will focus on the traditional form and method of investing – in open-end mutual funds.
You can invest money in many ways. The most difficult decision is not how, but where. There are plenty of investment opportunities.
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Stocks or funds? Or do you want a mortgage or sublet? The dilemma in finance is full. Let’s focus on one that may not be unambiguous.