Which mutual funds in the Philippines are the best ones to invest in? That is a tough question to answer because the word “best” is relative and it’s difficult to identify the “best mutual funds” based on one criteria alone. One of our main goals
A lot of people invested in Mutual Funds are still at a loss regarding how their earnings from Mutual Funds are actually computed. Since this is the case, we’ll help shed light on how this is done in this short and simple discussion. You’ll find
“How do I invest in mutual funds in the Philippines?”
What is a Mutual Fund? A mutual fund is an investment fund that collectively pools money from various individual and corporate investors. The pooled money is managed by a professional fund manager who invests in stocks, bonds, money market instruments, and other securities.
A lot of our readers have been sending us inquiries regarding Mutual Funds and Unit Investment Trust Funds (UITFs), particularly the differences between the two. In response, we summarize here the basic differences between Mutual Funds and UITFs.
Several Pinoys outside the Philippines, especially Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), are wondering whether they can invest in mutual funds or unit investment trust funds (UITF) even if they are outside the country.
Both are pooled funds. Both offer higher returns compared to banks but also are not risk free. Both are measured in terms of the net asset value per unit (NAVPu) or share (NAVPS). So what’s the difference between UITFs and Mutual Funds? A unit investment