Mutual Funds

What is a Mutual Funds?

A Mutual Fund is a financial vehicle which uses pooled money from the investing public to purchase stocks, bonds, money market instrument etc. Mutual Funds allow you to take advantage of professional investment management as it is operated by professional money managers. The investment vehicles also give individual and small investors access to portfolios of equities, bonds, and other securities.


Variety of Offerings

Professional Management

Minimal Investment Requirements



Can be bought and sold with ease, making them highly liquid investments.

Many investments vehicles are available to investors.

A professional investment manager takes care of all trading.

Some mutual funds provide minimum investments.

Diversity in your portfolio to minimize the risks

Mutual funds are subject to industry regulation that ensures accountability and fairness to investors.

A mutual fund is pools of money from various investors which are invested in securities such as bonds and stocks. Mutual funds offer diversity, liquidity, transparency, professional management, varieties of offerings and it has minimal requirement to invest. Mutual funds are managed by professionals who make the investment decisions.

Source: Sunlife, Investopedia, Mackenzie Investments

Important disclosures:

The articles posted on 3i Financial are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual and for general information only. All contents and information are believed to be from verified sources; 3i Financial makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy.

Contact a 3i Financial Group Advisor today to learn more.