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High Return Funds

The word yield means the rate of return or gain in value of a fund over a certain period of time. High return funds, or mutual funds, would naturally have a higher yield and are much better for investors since they earn more money. Unfortunately they are also said to be associated with securities that have low credit ratings. Investors who are looking for high return funds should know that just because money was made in the past there is no guarantee of money being made in the future. There can be many reasons for this.

One reason for the fluctuation of these high return funds is that the particular stock regularly fluctuates. One year there is a bad performance and the portfolio may not do well individually and therefore the high return fund does badly.

Another reason is that the manager, the person who chooses the stocks, makes a bad decision as to whether to buy or sell and therefore there is lower yield. They may have decided to sell good stocks for another that was considered to be a better high return fund only to find that this move does not always work.

Some mutual funds depend on what the lending rate of the powerful banks may be. If these external forces change for the worse, the high return fund can loose its value quickly. Many of these high yield funds have a poor credit rating and their values are unsteady. There are sometimes higher fees associated with high return funds and that puts a considerable bite in the profit of the fund.

There are many types and styles of high return funds available such as stock funds, bond funds, sector funds, money market funds and balanced funds. With mutual funds you can invest in the market whether you believe in funds that are actively managed or you usually buy with no interference from a manager.

A hedge fund is another type of mutual fund. With this type of high return fund the object is to invest heavily in certain businesses that are very volatile because you are looking for the highest return on your investment.

The best way to start investing with high return funds is to take your time and see what is available. Check out the market carefully and do not be afraid to ask questions. Check out the track record of the company you have chosen to invest with. Ask which stocks have done well in the past few years to gain knowledge of what might be right for you. Select multiple companies to get more knowledge and not run the risk of loosing all your investment.

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