Investors should make staggered investment in long-duration funds

Be, however, prepared for interim volatility and have a horizon of above five years

money, funds

Check the portfolio’s credit quality and the scheme’s expense ratio before investing

Should one consider investing in a long-duration fund (LDFs) at this juncture? That is the question many retail investors have been asking themselves vis-a-vis LDFs, a category that has been in the limelight over the past three months with four fund houses — HDFC, SBI, UTI, and Axis &m

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