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What is the difference between full and partial replication?

A fully replicated tracker fund holds all the shares or bonds in its index. By using partial replication, a tracker fund aims to deliver the performance of the index without the cost of owning every single stock in the index. Full replication is more common in indices with a smaller number of holdings, or in bigger funds which have the scope to invest in a larger number of shares.

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