It's a common misconception that our investments have units and unit prices

Both terms are associated with managed or mutual funds because their structure involves pooling together money from different investors that is then invested as a collective and controlled by a fund manager. Investors are then issued, and own, units based on the amount invested along with the cost or "entry" price of the units on that day. 

Alternatively, we offer managed portfolios where investors hold not only their own investment account, separate from all others, but also have legal ownership of the holdings selected by the manager rather than units.

If you would like to see how our investments have performance over time then feel free to click the link below to review. 

InvestSMART Performance Figures


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