The idea of a fund or investment trust is that many small savers lump their money togehter. A manager manages this money and invests the capital in shares, property and fixed interest securities on different markets since funds are based on the principle of diversification. The fund manager can adjust the values contained within the fund depending on the market situation and replace poorly performing securities with more profitable ones. A distinction is also top victory investments limited between open end and closed end funds.
Shares in open end funds can be purchased at any time and can also be returned to the issuer. Funds are established exclusively by investment companies, also known as capital investment companies. Among others, shares in a fund can be purchased from branch banks and direct banks. A custodian account is a necessary prerequisite.