How are funds priced?

The price of a fund is determined by the value of the underlying investments, also known as the Net Asset Value (NAV). A fund manager will periodically value all the investments within the fund and divide it by the number of units/shares that have been issued. The result is the price that you are shown when you purchase units within a fund.

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