guaranteed/protected fund

guaranteed/protected fund
guaranteed/protected fund
Fund that protects or guarantees the investor's principal. The guarantee or protection feature can be partial or total; it may or may not include subscription fees; it may apply at one or more subscription dates; and it may be granted for one or more predetermined dates or periods. NYSE Euronext Glossary

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