Investment store is a collection of ETFs and investment strategies.
ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) is very similar to mutual fund as both are managed by asset manager. You can trade ETFs (Buy/Sell) very easily like buying/selling stock, while Mutual Fund requires a longer process and has higher transactional cost compared to ETF. Check more in ETF section
Investment strategy is a portfolio that is made of some traded instruments in specific weights to achieve a defined mandate.
They are being managed by global well known managers. Please visit providers page to see the full list.
Instruments are defined to match with defined mandate.
Weights are changed quarterly in a process that is called “Rebalancing”.
Each Investment Strategy has its own risk and return profile, so you could find low risk/return strategy and also high risk/return stargy. You should check all data comprehensively before taking the investment decision.
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a set of instruments that you can buy or sell through a brokerage firm on a stock exchange.
Each ETF is managed by asset manager that is defining the constituents of instruments composing the ETF. They are decided based in the ETF objective. Asset manager is also responsible about maintain the weights to be in line with defined objective.
ETFs are covering all asset classes in different geographies.
A mutual fund is a professionally managed investment vehicle that pools money from many investors to purchase instruments according to its objective.
Each Mutual Fund is managed by asset manager that is defining the constituents of instruments composing the fund. They are decided based in the Fund objective. Asset manager is also responsible about maintain the weights to be in line with defined objective.
Mutual Funds are covering all asset classes in different geographies.
The total return on a portfolio of investments which is composed of two components: Capital appreciation due to instrument underlying price change and Collected dividends.
Dividend means a reward, cash or otherwise, that a company gives to its shareholders and can be issued in various forms, such as cash payment, stocks or any other form.
Sharpe ratio is the measure of risk-adjusted return of a financial portfolio.
Volatility is a measure of risk based on the standard deviation of the asset return.
Risk is the possibility that an investment may not achieve its objectives, The greater the amount of risk an investor is willing to take, the greater the potential return.
AUM “Assets Under Management” is the total market value of assets that an investment company or financial institution manages on behalf of investors.
Annualized Return is the geometric average amount of money earned by an investment yearly over a given time period.
Expected Growth represent the projected earnings growth rate of the total portfolio.
Asset allocation is the implementation of an investment strategy that aims to to optimize the balance between risk and reward based on investment needs.
Asset Class represent instruments with similar features. Such as stocks, bonds and cash equivalents.
Fact sheet is a detailed summary of a fund information and holdings, including investment strategy and portfolio statistics.
The prospectus is a disclosure document that describes a financial security for potential buyers. For a mutual fund it contains information about the its costs, investment objectives and policies, risks, and performance.