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Investing In Unit Trusts
What is a unit trust?
Unit trust is an investment scheme that pools money from many investors who share the same financial objectives. The fund is then managed by a group of professional managers who will invest the pooled money in a portfolio of securities such as shares, bonds and money market instruments to achieve the objectives of the funds.
Why invest in unit trusts?
Is it safe to invest in unit trusts?
What are the legislations governing the unit trust industry?
What type of investor would be attracted to invest in unit trusts?
What is a "Prospectus"?
What are the fees and charges imposed by the management company?
What are the different types of unit trust available in the market?
What are my returns from investing in unit trusts?
How is a unit priced?
What are the important factors that I should consider when selecting a fund?

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