Funds are, more or less, divided into money market, bond, stock, commodity and balanced (hybrid) funds depending on the asset types primarily serving as the target of the investment.
Money market funds mainly invest in short-term monetary instruments, such as bank deposits, certificates of deposit, short-term government bonds, treasury bonds, commercial papers, corporate bonds and other highly secure short-term securities with stable returns.
These are suitable for investors with low risk appetites or for managing short-term idle liquidity
Bond funds primarily invest in bonds, such as government bonds, financial bonds, corporate bonds and other fixed-income products or debt products. Some bond funds may allocate a small amount of stocks.
Generally speaking, the risk is higher than that of money market funds, but lower than other types of funds. The returns are moderate, but there are fluctuations.
Stock funds mainly invest in stocks. This can be subdivided into multiple dimensions based on the range of stocks invested in, such as thematic stock funds which invest in a certain country, or thematic funds which invest in stocks in a certain industry or stocks of a certain style (value, growth, etc.).
High volatility, high risk; potential gains and losses are much higher than money market and bond funds.
Fund varieties with bulk commodities serving as the main investment targets include but are not limited to: listed commodity companies, commodity spot and futures, and so forth. Common commodity types include: precious metals such as gold and silver, crude oil, agricultural products and so forth.
Risks are higher and returns are related to commodity price movements.
The scope of investment is flexible and can be invested in a variety of financial products, such as stocks, bonds and money market instruments.
Note: There are risks in the market, and investors need to be cautious. The above information is provided only for users to understand the possible features of these types of funds, and is not intended as investment advice. Before making any investment decisions, investors should carefully read the information and related documents provided by the fund manager and fund products to assess whether they are suited to invest in such funds, as well as their ability to withstand risks.