Is the Great Wall Yibao currency a reliable


Recently, the Great Wall expected income treasure currency a is very popular, because its expected return rate has reached 6.8970%. Some small partners want to invest, but they have some doubts. In the case that the expected return of yu'ebao is getting lower and lower, is the high expected return of Great Wall expected income treasure a reliable? Today, I'll help those who have doubts to analyze this problem.

First of all, the Great Wall expected earnings treasure currency a is a monetary fund. We all know that the risk of the monetary fund is the lowest among all funds, with high security and almost no loss. Therefore, the small edition will analyze whether the Great Wall expected income treasure currency a depends on or not from the product background and historical expected return.

Reliability analysis 1: product background

The issuing company of Great Wall expected income treasure currency a is a Great Wall Fund Management Co., Ltd., which has been established for 17 years. It is jointly funded by Great Wall Securities Co., Ltd., Oriental Securities Co., Ltd., North International Trust Co., Ltd., and Zhongyuan Trust Co., Ltd., and has rich experience in fund business. From the perspective of product background, it is relatively reliable.

Reliability analysis 2: historical expected return

The Great Wall expected income treasure currency a was established in September 2017, and the current asset size is 4.692 billion. Although the expected return rate fluctuated, there was no loss since its establishment nearly a year ago. The current expected yield is 6.8970 (August 6), which is the highest expected return since its establishment. It also performed well in terms of historical expected returns.

Summary:From the above analysis, we can see that the Great Wall expected income treasure currency a is relatively reliable, and now the expected return is the highest in history. If you are interested in investment, don't miss this opportunity.

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