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Poslovna ekonomija
2011, vol. 5, iss. 1, pp. 23-39
article language: Serbian
document type: Review Paper
published on: 15/06/2011
Investment funds in the development of capital market
DDOR, Novi Sad

e-mail: branislav.brcanski@ddor.co.rs

Abstract

Mutual funds appeared to us in early 2007, according to many with substantial delays. Due to significant growth in market share during that period, it quickly established a number of action funds which noted significant rates of return until the crisis has not affected the stock market and led to a significant decline. With the fall of stock markets appeared more conservative funds. Today, of 13 funds, two funds are balanced, three of the fund to preserve the value of property, and the remaining eight are equity funds. Mutual funds offer several advantages to investors: professional fund management, diversification, easy access, liquidity.

Keywords

mutual fund; portfolio; the investor; net assets value; the investment unit

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