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How fixed income assets fit into your investment portfolio

Felicia Tan and Thiveyen Kathirrasan
Felicia Tan and Thiveyen Kathirrasan4/22/2022 10:02 AM GMT+08  • 11 min read
How fixed income assets fit into your investment portfolio
Usually seen as the more boring cousin of other asset classes such as equities, it still pays to include some fixed income assets in your portfolio. Photo: Shutterstock
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Usually seen as the more boring cousin of other asset classes such as equities, it still pays to include some fixed income assets in your portfolio

The finance industry is peppered with complicated-sounding terms that seem designed to keep its exclusivity and outsiders out. Which is why fixed income, as an asset class, is so refreshing, because the term means what it does exactly.

What is fixed income?

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