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Closed-ended funds have become fashionable again. Should they find a place in your portfolio?
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If you can’t afford customised asset allocation, you can still plan investments across asset classes via convenient and cost-efficient funds of funds
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MONEY TODAY and Value Research team up to analyse select new schemes being launched by fund houses
MONEY TODAY and Value Research team up to analyse select new schemes being launched by fund houses.
If you can’t afford customised asset allocation, you can still plan investments across asset classes via convenient and cost-efficient funds of funds.
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