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Session 18: Model Portfolios based on Risk Appetite and Time Horizon

After you have selected winning mutual funds, the next step is to build an optimal mutual fund portfolio which can help you achieve your investment objectives. But identifying right mutual funds for your portfolio is not a simple task. With over thousands of mutual funds available today, the task can become herculean and complex. You see, it is imperative to have mutual funds in your portfolio which suit your risk appetite and time horizon.

In this session of money simplified we explain, how you should go about building an optimal and effective mutual fund portfolio.

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