Mutual funds are a popular investment vehicle in the United States. They offer diversification, low cost access to professionally managed portfolios, and have historically provided attractive returns for investors. They come in many shapes and sizes; but they most often take one of two forms: open-ended or closed-end. The type that you choose is important because it will affect your ability to get out if things go south. In this blog post, we will discuss entrepreneurial mutual funds which represent an emerging investment opportunity not available any other way!
What are they?
An entrepreneurial mutual fund is a type of passively managed investment vehicle with the explicit aim to invest in startup companies. This specific type of mutual funds invests in private equity, venture capital and other investments that typically provide higher-than-average returns for investors.
Where can I get them?
These funds are only available from a few select providers. Some examples of these firms include: BlackRock, Goldman Sachs and T Rowe Price.
What are the risks?
These funds can be very risky. They invest in a wide range of entrepreneurial companies, some that might fail and others that could become billion-dollar winners.
This specific type of mutual funds invests in private equity, venture capital and other investments that typically provide higher-than-average returns for their investors.