DNB Global Indeks
DNB Global Indeks is an index-tracking equity fund that mainly invests in companies listed on stock exchanges and regulated markets in developing economies.
Index-tracking equity fund
Invests in companies listed on stock exchanges and regulated markets in developing economies
You can buy DNB Global Indeks using a computer or in the Spare app
DNB Global Indeks scored six out of six from Dine Penger, October 2023.
DNB Global Indeks
The fund is passively managed. The aim is to replicate the return of the fund’s benchmark index, MSCI World Index Net.
Over time, the goal of the fund is to produce a return approximately equal to the benchmark index before costs. The fund will have a composition and risk similar to the benchmark index.
Minimum purchase amount is NOK 100. With a savings scheme in mutual funds, your savings happen automatically every month.
DNB Global Indeks - a global index fund
A global index fund is a fund that invests in all the major markets in the world. Global index funds are trying to recreate the value growth of the largest companies worldwide.
Examples of developed economies and markets are the US, Japan and Germany. Typical companies that are part of the portfolio of global index funds are Tesla, Apple, Nvidia and Microsoft.
You can easily buy DNB Global Indeks in the savings app Spare.
Passive management (index-based management) means that the fund’s investments follow a specific benchmark index. Since the index fund, among other things, does not have managers trying to generate better returns than the index, the costs are lower than for actively managed funds.
Manager Eivind talks about DNB Global Index (in Norwegian only)
Historical returns are no guarantee of future returns. Future returns will depend, among other things, on market developments, the skill of the Portfolio Manager, the mutual fund’s risk, and the management costs. Returns may be negative as a result of mark-to-market losses.
Equity funds are suitable for people who want to save for more than six years and who can tolerate volatility in value in the meantime.
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