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Choosing An Investment Fund

There's always a lot of talk as to which funds have performed well over the last few years. However choosing an investment fund based purely on it’s recent performance can be a risky move. These funds might, perhaps, have had their best days and you could end up being sucked into investing in what may be a short-term high.

How Much Risk Are You Taking?

The answer to that question is usually "I've no idea". Typically, investors with pension plans or investment products choose to go with the default funds, and have no idea what their fund is actually invested in.

Investment Returns Uncovered

Investment returns, known as Return on Investment (ROI), is the amount that is received by the investor once the investment period has finished. The higher the ROI, the better the fund is deemed to have performed. In order to calculate the ROI, the benefit of an investment is divided by the cost of an investment, and the result is then displayed as a percentage or a ratio.

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