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Which are the main types of Funds?

The most common types of funds are:

  • Short term: invest in funds with high liquidity presenting interest rate profitability close to the market;
  • Bonds: invest essentially on public debt bonds or bonds issued by companies, on a mid/long-term standpoint;
  • Shares: invest mostly on shares, being exposed to a higher risk but with more profitability potential on a long-term standpoint;
  • Alternatives: are complex instruments given the higher degree of freedom regarding the establishment of management rules;
  • Multi Assets: invest simultaneously on shares, bonds and other financial assets;
  • PPR: destined to prepare retirement, with a favorable fiscal regime.