When investors select a mutual fund they are joining other counterparts that pursue a spectrum of assets and securities that mirror the preferred level of risk they are willing to take on. Mutual funds are a good method of investment diversification without the need for exhaustive research or handling particular equities. In terms of benefits they provide specialized asset management and great diversification opportunities. Likewise they also provide three ways of gaining capital: Dividends and interest Mutual funds can gain profits from stock dividends as well as bond interest, paying almost all of the profit to its shareholders with mitigated expenses. Distribution of capital earnings The cost of assets and securities can escalate. When a mutual fund sells such an asset or security it earns capital that is distributed at the end of the year to its shareholders. Improved Net Asset Value After taking the expenses out of the equation, the market value of a mutual fund surges in a directly proportional manner with the market value of its portfolio, thus reflecting the increased net asset value of the investment itself. Every mutual fund holds a similar risk degree. Investors can lose a part or the entirety of their capital due to the fact that assets and securities can dwindle in value. The past performance of any fund is not a an indicator of its future performance; however a fund’s past performance can tell you about its stability over time, with increased volatility determining an increased investment risk. Tao Holdings’ comprehensive market research and risk analysis determines the most efficient assets and securities that show time-tested profit potential and can beneficially impact our clients’ investment portfolios.