The lesson lesson

Mutual funds are NOT guaranteed return. In any case, that though you say there is no guarantee of capital or performance guarantees. And do not listen to any percentages you mention carefully selected based on historical data. Also, the yield is much less than investing directly in one "buy" with which it is connected. It is a long term investment with a bad relationship risk / return (big risk and little corresponding yield). And all this from experience, unfortunately ...
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1 Wednesday, 13 January 2010 18:33
depends .. because if you enter on your own in these markets will stretch while the procurements through each other .. let you go to throw another 2000 € in ten shares of another market k others to get through each other, here we k bit realistic .. Furthermore, on all purchases CROWN letter is to ... .. We are realists do not share anywhere returns