Usually, Swedes choosing to leave the investments of their premium pension money to the national AP7 fund's balanced Såfa product are better off than the average saver choosing between the approximately 500 options at fund platform Fondtorget.
In 2020, AP7 Såfa yielded a return of 4.4 percent. In contrast, the private funds at Fondtorget on average produced 8 percent, a newsletter from Bevara Fondtorget writes based on statistics from the Swedish Pension Agency, Pensionsmyndigheten.
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