- When an investment management company is declared bankrupt, will my funds be gone?
- When a Custodian Bank is declared bankrupt, will my funds be gone?
- Is my investment at GAP Capital secure?
- Do I have to withdraw my investment funds from Mutual Fund, now?
- What is GAP Capital's strategy at this moment?
- In present market conditions, is it possible that the Net Asset Value of a Mutual Fund becomes zero?
- What is a Mutual Fund?
- Why is everyone advised to have a Mutual Fund?
- What are the advantages of investing in Mutual Fund?
- How does the ownership and price of Mutual Fund stocks work?
- What kind of Mutual Fund that you can buy?
- Why is LONG-TERM VISION important in investment?
- How do you choose a Mutual Fund?
- How do you choose an Investment Management Company?
- What will it cost you?
- How to buy and sell?
- Is mutual fund tax deductable?
- Mutual Fund investment (especially in equity funds) is a long-term goal.
- So, what lessons can be taken from Stock Market fluctuation?
- Do you need a big fund to invest in Mutual Funds?
Mutual Fund investment (especially in equity funds) is a long-term goal.
Time is on your side, assuming that your Investment Manager invests on buying stocks in solid companies, and is supported by good management and superior business planning. Alternatively, a good investment is about being a partner in a good company, enjoying the returns that company earns from time to time.
True investment is not about predicting stock price fluctuations over the short term. There are some people who think that they can predict movements and become wealthy by selling and buying stock on the Stock Market anytime. As professional investors who have been dealing for more than 10 years, we are sure that no one, including ourselves, can do such things successfully and consistently.