index-tracking fund

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index-tracking fund

[ˌɪndeksˈtrækɪŋfʌnd] index-tracker [ˌɪndeksˈtrækəʳ] index-tracker fund N (Fin) → fondo m (de inversión) indexado, fondo m (de inversión) en índices
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For personal investing, individuals can invest in a single equity index-tracking fund at a very reasonable cost - say for 0.2%.
He went on to say that the investors who had invested a million rupees in an index-tracking fund 10 years ago now have 8 million rupees.
Those who invested Rs1 million in an index-tracking fund 10 years ago now have Rs8 million, he added.
We described in our previous article on May 18 that passive index-tracking fund managers are expected to pump in around $445 million of liquidity into the UAE stock market once the country officially becomes part of MSCI Emerging Markets Index, or MXEF.
In contrast by definition, a passive index-tracking fund holds a large proportion of the stocks from the index it follows.
But if you plump for an index-tracking fund within the ISA regime, then it may well pay to cover the full range of the market.
The company offers a number of Islamic finance instruments, including Sharia-compliant robo-advisory investment services, sukuks, and index-tracking funds which follow indices that are screened by Standard & Poor's.
Passive investment by index-tracking funds could range anywhere between $30 billion and $45 billion or about 30 per cent of the value of outstanding GCC sovereign issuance.
New York-based Wahed Invest has launched two Shari'ah-compliant index-tracking funds under its robo-adviser platform, as the firm looks to attract an underserved segment of Muslim retail investors.
Most investors are familiar with conventional ETFs, open-ended, passively managed index-tracking funds consisting of a group of stocks that can be listed and traded on a stock exchange like a single stock.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management was the highest-profile entrant after launching a range of smart-beta ETFs that aim to outperform conventional index-tracking funds.
Index-tracking funds are almost guaranteed to underperform the indexthey are tracking by roughly the amount of the annual charges.