Investment Planning: Four Cardinal Rules of Asset Allocation
Asset allocation is a way of determining how much to invest in each of the four major asset classes—equity, debt, commodities, and real estate. Each of these asset classes come with its own pluses and pitfalls, and thus investors’ preference of asset classes may drastically differ.
However, there are certain rules of asset allocation that no investor can ignore. Let us see what these rules are.
Read the full article published originally on Financial Express: Investment planning: Four cardinal rules of asset allocation
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