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A unit investment trust (UIT) is a registered investment company that buys and holds a generally fixed portfolio of stocks, bonds, or other securities. "Units" in the trust are sold to investors (unitholders) who receive a share of principal and dividends (or interest). A UIT has a stated date for termination that varies according to the investments held in its portfolio. A UIT investing in long-term bonds may remain outstanding for 20 to 30 years. UITs that invest in stocks may seek to capture capital appreciation over a period of a year or a few years. When these trusts are dissolved, proceeds from the securities are ...
Exchange Traded Funds, better known by many investors as iShares, the brand owned by Barclays Global Investors (‘BGI’) have been around in the UK since April 2000, with the launch of the iFTSE100 on the London Stock Exchange. From a slow start, by the end of 2005 (the latest figures available), some 125 billion was held in assets under management. Generally, when you look for your share price information, you’ll find them grouped in the extra MARK section, where you’ll now find some 45 different ETFs on offer. Although they have been around for sometime, ... Read More
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