Shikshak Sajjata Servekshan 2021 Quiz 3

Shikshak Sajjata Servekshan 2021 Quiz 3

 Shikshak Sajjata Servekshan 2021  Quiz 3

You could also consider investing directly in equities, but mutual funds are more suitable for those who don't like to take the risk with stocks. Always try to understand all about mutual funds risk before investing in them.


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Be flexible, monitor and rebalance your portfolio periodically

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Once you have invested your money in various mutual funds, FDs, stocks, ULIPs, PPFs etc. the job is half done. You need to monitor your portfolio regularly and make changes if required. Rebalancing is required to reflect any changes in your life circumstances. For instance, you change the job from an MNC to a start-up where the risks are higher. Under such a situation, your portfolio exposure to equities should be reduced since your human capital is now invested in a high-risk equity. Working for start-ups is as good as owning high-risk equity.

Seek professional advise

It's best to seek professional advise from some investment advisor or take the help of mutual fund distributors to get through the paperwork and the requirements of the transactions. The investment advisor will do your risk profiling and carry out a suitability analysis before recommending any investment plan. It may be worthwhile to take such help when you are putting in your hard-earned money into a plan for a long haul. Take time to understand

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