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What are the differences between a real account and a test account?
With a real account, the assets are held in an account at the account-holding bank (also called a custodian bank) in your own name. True Wealth, as asset manager, only carries out transactions there in the investment instruments selected for you and charges you the applicable asset management fee.
If you change the investment mix on your live account and submit the change, the implementation usually takes 1 to 2 trading days, with a test account it is quicker.
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