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How can I withdraw funds from my portfolio?
How can I withdraw funds from my portfolio?

You can sell your investments partially or fully at any time. Simply reach out to us on [email protected].

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Written by Vaiki Randala
Updated over a week ago

Your investments are for the long term and we would be sad to see you go. But also, we understand that sometimes life has its turns and therefore we are flexible. You can contact us and ask to sell your investment fully or partially at any time. Simply reach out to us on [email protected] and we'll always be there for you.

There are no extra fees for withdrawals. *

Also, please bear in mind that if you have received any rewards, credits or bonuses within past 12 months, they are no longer valid and will be removed from your account.

Before you make a decision to withdraw funds, here are 3 things to remember about your Grünfin account:

#1. You can make payments work for you

We understand that keeping monthly commitments might not be easy. You can always adjust your monthly contributions or skip payments for a few months—it's up to you.

#2. You can always change your portfolio's risk level

Your portfolio's risk level will determine your potential return over time. Higher risk usually means higher return, but also bigger falls when the markets go down. Low-risk portfolios are less volatile, but also tend to provide lower returns. Focus on the right risk for you, but think long-term.

#3. You're in for the long-term

You're not going to spend the money in your account next week—this is your safety net for making your future life goals come true. We do not recommend that you try to anticipate or react to market movements as it’s often a losing strategy. Holding on to an investment for a long period of time is, for most investors, the most reliable strategy. You can read more in our Blog - Think Long Term.

* In case your price plan has a success fee (you opened your portfolio before 01.10.2023 and you have not switched to new price plan), please be aware that we will recalculate your portfolio target based on your new portfolio end date and this can lead to your commitment to pay us success fee.

Read more:
Think Long Term

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