Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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25 Protea Rd

The Terraces

25 Protea Rd

Claremont

7700

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.978913

18.462466

1 Mariendahl Lne

PPS House Boundary Trces

Mariendahl Lne

Claremont

7725

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.9748383

18.4681667

Main Rd

Montclare Plce

Main Rd

Claremont

7735

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.977404

18.464835

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Mont Clare Plce

Main Rd

Claremont

7708

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.991957

18.468578

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Dreyer St

Claremont

7735

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.97883

18.463811

Unit trusts

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Unlike investment trusts that have closed funds unit trusts are open-ended meaning more returns for the investor. Unit trusts are priced per unit on a forward pricing basis. The pricing of trusts changes on a daily basis, price changes are influenced by the net asset value of underlying investments.

There are different investment objectives these include investing for income, holiday home or bonds. One’s reason for investing will determine the type of trust to invest in. Different trusts yield different returns at different time periods. Trust funds may be accessed by an investor quarterly, half yearly or annually. It is thus of paramount importance for one to carefully choose a trust that matches their expectations.

Investing is a risk, as of this reason it is possible for one to lose out instead of gaining. Inflation is one factor amongst other economic factors that may lead to a loss. It is vital for one to consider asset management. Asset management is the coordinated activities aimed at realising the value of assets possessed. It encompasses the balancing of costs, opportunities and risks against the desired performance of assets, to achieve set objectives. To find out more about unit trusts, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

Unit trusts

Unit trusts are collective funds that allow investors to pool their money in a single fund. It is an investing way that enables one to spread their risk across a range of investments whilst enjoying the benefit of professional fund management, and reduced dealing costs.

Unlike investment trusts that have closed funds unit trusts are open-ended meaning more returns for the investor. Unit trusts are priced per unit on a forward pricing basis. The pricing of trusts changes on a daily basis, price changes are influenced by the net asset value of underlying investments.

There are different investment objectives these include investing for income, holiday home or bonds. One’s reason for investing will determine the type of trust to invest in. Different trusts yield different returns at different time periods. Trust funds may be accessed by an investor quarterly, half yearly or annually. It is thus of paramount importance for one to carefully choose a trust that matches their expectations.

Investing is a risk, as of this reason it is possible for one to lose out instead of gaining. Inflation is one factor amongst other economic factors that may lead to a loss. It is vital for one to consider asset management. Asset management is the coordinated activities aimed at realising the value of assets possessed. It encompasses the balancing of costs, opportunities and risks against the desired performance of assets, to achieve set objectives. To find out more about unit trusts, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

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