Mutual funds are one of the most liquid investment vehicles. However, investors also need to generate steady income, usually provided by the fixed-income allocation. It ensures safety of capital, inflation-beating returns, a regular income, and liquidity during uncertain times.
India has been a great country to invest in. Investors have reaped handsome returns from exposure to the equity markets through mutual funds. Most investors, both institutional and individuals, put safety of their corpus first. Then comes the need for generating returns on the portfolio, which should at least beat inflation. Inflation increases the prices of goods and services and unless the investor can generate a return at least equal to the
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