Private people and companies jointly invest in a mutual fund. The assets in the fund are invested in exchange listed securities. A fund can focus on a continent (regional), country, sector or asset class. The private people and companies take a proportion of the fund’s investments. A fund can aim to follow an index or outperform the latter.
Articles in this section
- What does investing in funds mean?
- What are the advantages of investing in funds?
- Why should I invest with Binck Forward?
- I've never invested, can I still use Binck Forward?
- Are my savings better off with a bank?
- What makes Binck Forward different from other wealth managers?
- How does Binck Forward select its funds?
- What is the minimum required investment at Binck Forward?
- How is my profile built up?
- What possibilities does Binck Forward offer regarding pension?