Investment Trust

Business / Finance / Investment Trust: A closed-end fund regulated by the Investment Company Act of 1940. These funds have a fixed number of shares that are traded on the secondary markets, like corporate stock. The market price may exceed the net asset value per share, in which case shares are selling at a premium. When the market price falls below the (NAV)/share, shares are selling at a discount. Many closed-end funds are of a specialized nature; the portfolio represents a particular industry or, country. These funds are usually listed on U.S. and foreign exchanges.

Other Words for Trust

Trust Noun Synonyms: confidence, reliance, faith, conviction, certitude, certainty, sureness, positiveness, assurance, belief
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Investment Company

Business / Finance / Investment Company: A firm that that invests the funds of investors in securities appropriate for their stated investment objectives in return for a management fee. See also: Mutual fund. MORE

Investment Group Financing

Business / Real Estate / Investment Group Financing: Large real estate projects, such as highrise apartment buildings, office complexes and shopping centers, are often financed as joint ventures through group financing arrangements like syndicates, limi MORE

Equity Trust

Business / Real Estate / Equity Trust: An investment trust dealing with ownership rather than financing. MORE

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