In this modern era, investors are spoilt for choice. They are inundated by a plethora of financial instruments they can employ to grow their wealth. Financial products proliferating in the market range from low-risk government bonds and insurance endowment plans to riskier unit trusts, stocks, ETFs, REITS and derivatives. While this buffet of options caters to a whole spectrum of investors with all sorts of risk profile, it can also sow confusion and doubt: “Have I chosen the best products? Should I have chosen that instead of this?” The grass is always greener on the other side. 

Those who are unsure of what to choose pay others to make the decisions for them. They turn to portfolio managers to manage their assets. What if we tell you that you can make your own portfolio allocations, provided you have a clear idea of your risk profile?

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket

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