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The Scanner, Oct’23 | Multiply and preserve wealth with a multi-asset portfolio

31 October 2023

Investment portfolios are moulded by a myriad of influences, yet two stand out as the key architects of success: market volatility and investor behaviour.

But do these two, Market Volatility and Investor Behaviour, work in harmony or opposition? Market instability affects your decisions, and conversely, your actions can impact market conditions.

So, what’s the answer? Embrace a multi-asset strategy. Vikas Biyani, Head of Advisory, shares invaluable insights on the fundamental principles for crafting a resilient portfolio capable of withstanding various challenges. Discover the when and how of rebalancing, address potential behavioural obstacles, and prepare for short-term underperformance. Learn why the thoughtful selection of assets within each class is paramount.

A basic multi-asset portfolio should encompass high-quality equities, international exposure, gold assets, fixed income, and protection against inflation.

Dive into the October edition of The Scanner to read these insights to amplify and safeguard your wealth!

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