Unit Investment Trusts

A unit investment trust is an investment company that offers a fixed, unmanaged portfolio, generally of stocks and bonds, as redeemable "units" to investors for a specific period of time. It is like a mutual fund without active management. First introduced in the 1960s so investors could own tax-exempt municipal bonds, UITs now number around a million trusts.


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