When establishing closed funds, the capital is raised by selling a certain number of shares which is limited right from the start. The fund is closed as soon as the planned volume has been reached. The share price is not determined by the actual value of the fund assets but by free pricing. Depending on the supply and demand situation, the fund can therefore be traded with a premium or discount on the net asset value.
German: Geschlossene Fonds (379)
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