Australian Managed Funds for Beginners

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AUTHOR
Kieran Wilson
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10,90 MB
FILE NAME
Australian Managed Funds for Beginners.pdf
ISBN
5476434674522

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LEARN:: Managed Funds for Beginners and Basic Guide for Australian Managed Funds This edition is aimed at the individual investor who wants to understand managed funds and make wise investment choices based on knowledge and understanding of the funds. It is written in easily understandable terms and gives a clear explanation of how the pieces fit together in the marketplace. Readers will come away with a detailed but practical working knowledge of the funds, at a minimum cost of time and frustration. INSIDE:: Australian Managed Funds for Beginners Book Inside this book you'll discover: What are managed funds? The structure of managed funds Various types of managed funds Setting up a managed fund investment plan Risks and other factors to consider while investing in managed funds Some wise financial moves Managed fund regulations How to get started? Timely, detailed, and easy to read, Managed Funds for Beginners Book belongs on the bookshelf of anyone who is new to investing or wants a broader understanding of the managed funds market. Would You Like To Know More?Download now and take your managed funds knowledge to the next level.

In the 12 months ending June 2019, Australian large-cap equity funds recorded an average return of 6.3%, well below the gain of 11.6% by the S&P/ASX 200, according to the SPIVA Australian scorecard, compiled by S&P Dow Jones. Of the funds in this ... If you already understand what index funds are and want to start investing, you can do so through a fund manager, a full service broker or an online share trading platform.

Why invest in managed funds? Diversification. Look beyond ... Today there are thousands of managed funds in Australia, with $3,816.9 billion in assets according to the latest ABS statistics.

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