Investing

Investing basics and specific questions around your Grünfin portfolio.

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Can I make irregular payments into my portfolio?

We support both regular as well as one-time payments into your portfolio.
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What’s an ETF?

ETF stands for exchange-traded fund. It’s quite similar to a mutual fund in that it’s a lot of stocks combined together into one investment.
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Do you offer to invest in individual stocks?

We only offer to invest in sustainable exchange traded and index funds at the time.
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Who can make payments to the fund?

Apart from yourself, we also accept contributions from your friends and family.
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How often do you invest my funds?

We purchase instruments for your portfolio weekly on Tuesdays.
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How can I sell my portfolio?

You can sell your investment at any time. Simply reach out to us on [email protected]
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Who does the child portfolio belong to?

Currently, a child’s portfolio is a virtual portfolio under the parent’s name.
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Can I use Grünfin as a pension investment account in Estonia?

Currently, the regulation guiding the Estonian pension investment account requires the account to be in an Estonian bank.
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Does Grünfin work with the Estonian investment account?

Grünfin is compatible with the Estonian investment account system, which allows you to defer income tax as long as you reinvest your gains.
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Is my portfolio's performance affected by my risk level?

Typically, a low-risk portfolio is assigned a higher allocation of bonds. High-risk portfolios are assigned a higher allocation of stocks.
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