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Fulton Bank Invest Plus is a uniquely designed financial investment which offers depositors a higher rate of interest as compared to a standard savings account, during the period of the investment. Fulton Bank InvestPlus offers flexibility which allows the holder of the instrument to discount it before maturity.


InvestPlus can be purchased for a period not exceeding 12 months (1 year). That is, a minimum period of one (1) month and a maximum twelve (12) months. One can also choose to roll over the investments upon maturity.

Do I Need An Account With Fulton Bank To Purchase The SunTrust InvestPlus?

Yes. Interest accruing from the investment will be paid into this account. Upon request by customer to discontinue investment or on maturity of the investment, funds will be paid into this account.
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  • This is a high interest bearing investment instrument offered to both corporate and individual clients. It is available to only Fulton Bank account holders. It provides clients with instant liquidity with negotiable interest rates.

Stocks

A stock is an investment. When you purchase a company's stock, you're purchasing a small piece of that company, called a share. Investors purchase stocks in companies they think will go up in value. If that happens, the company's stock increases in value as well..

Bonds

It is also known as a fixed income security as a bond usually gives the investor a regular or fixed return in the form of interest payments (sometimes called coupon payments). ✦ When you invest in a bond, you are essentially lending a sum of money to the issuer.

Mutual Funds

Mutual funds pool money from the investing public and use that money to buy other securities, usually stocks and bonds. The value of the mutual fund company depends on the performance of the securities it decides to buy. So, when you buy a unit or share of a mutual fund, you are buying the performance of its portfolio or, more precisely, a part of the portfolio's value. Investing in a share of a mutual fund is different from investing in shares of stock.

Exchange-Traded Funds

Exchange-Traded Funds, or ETF’s (with the exception of commodity ETFs) are listed participatory interest in the assets of a collective investment scheme that are bought and sold like a normal share on an exchange through your traditional stock broker or online broker.