Are you thinking about making gradual investments in an investment fund?
Here you have some advice to consider before you decide.
Simulate guideline amounts for regular investments by selecting a rate category, a regular amount and a term:
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Guideline calculation obtained from the average weighted annual return provided by Inverco for each category for a term of 5 years. Previous returns do not guarantee future returns. The returns used for the simulation are net (excluding fees) and they can be consulted here.
If you have already selected your fund and you have decided to contribute on a regular basis, you can do so now
Learn about our complete range of funds and select the one that best suits your needs, while also taking advantage of any specialized advising you may consider necessary.
Why invest on a regular basis?
Discover why it is important to save and make regular investments, at your own rhythm, based on your profile and capability.
The key to success is suitable financial planning, regular saving, a properly diversified portfolio and management with a long-term vision.
The more frequently you make contributions (monthly contributions are ideal), the lower the risk of doing so at a bad time and you will receive larger returns and less volatility.
A savings plan is a cyclical process: preparation, execution, monitoring and, if necessary, revision and change of strategy,
Low rates place a long-term focus on our savings.
Save less but sooner. This will make the amount obtained in the long-term greater, with the same return conditions and less effort required to achieve your goals.
Making regular investments helps to soften the rises and falls over time. Success comes from allowing an investment the time it needs to grow.
As with any other investment product, investing in funds entails assuming a certain level of risk. All funds, depending on their specific characteristics and the assets they invest in, will imply a greater or lower level of risk relative to, among other factors, the markets, currencies and credit risk;