When it comes to investing in funds at drawdown, would a client do better adopting a low-risk or high-risk approach? Andrew Morris takes a closer look and comes up with a perhaps unexpected conclusion
When it comes to investing in funds at drawdown, investors often lean towards low risk. This is because low-risk funds typically carry lower volatility, which leads to lower fluctuations of returns. They...
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