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Liquidity fund

Save for unforeseen events with quick access to the money.

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  • Expected higher return than in a bank account

  • Quick access to the money

What is a liquidity fund?

A liquidity fund is a fixed-income fund that buys fixed-income securities that have a short term, between three months and one year.

Liquidity funds are the mutual fund group that carry the lowest risk. A liquidity fund is a fixed-income fund that can only invest in fixed-income securities with a short lock-in period. However, the lowest risk also means the lowest expected return. Over time, you can expect to receive a slightly higher return than a high-yield bank account.

When should I choose a liquidity fund?

Consider choosing a liquidity fund if it is money you may need quickly, for example if your car needs to go in for repairs or your washing machine stops working.

Saving in a liquidity fund is also a good solution for people who want to combine this with investments in equity funds so you can adjust the risk in your overall savings portfolio.

If you want the possibility of a very high return on your money, a liquidity fund is not for you. Instead, you should look at savings with higher risk that are better adapted to long-term savings such as an equity fund or individual shares.

How much does a liquidity fund cost?

The cost of a liquidity fund, better known as an annual management fee, varies from liquidity fund to liquidity fund. It is stated as a percentage rate and is deducted annually from the money you have in the liquidity fund. See the cost of each liquidity fund in the savings app Spare.

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Save money for major purchases where you do not need immediate access to the money.

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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.

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