Ever thought of putting all the eggs into one basket and expected a miracle to happen? We all do, right! High dividends allure us, and so does investing in the top-performing companies. But the golden eggs don't create a shiny basket at times! And here it is the red flag that we are talking about. Imagine the tragedy; you invested in equity for a short period, Debt for the long-term. See, you are already bewildered after reading the last sentence and saying, what was that? This brings me to my next question, how do we know that we have the best portfolio if something called perfect, ever existed in reality. Wait, before we proceed, let's get to know what a portfolio is.
What is Portfolio
A portfolio accumulates financial assets such as stocks, bonds, commodities, paper money, and fund complements, including mutual, exchange-traded, and closed funds. A sentence looks tough when we read it in a single go. But when we break simpler words into prefixes and suffixes, it becomes readable. Similarly, if we diversify our portfolio properly, we would receive quality results. Blend; Equity & Debt & Equity-
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