What would you like us to do with the funds you've selected
Many so-called cautious mixed-asset funds often provide exposure to the sort of volatile sectors that their target market wanted to avoid in the first place.
By Thomas McMahon, Reporter, FE Trustnet
Friday July 13, 2012
If IFAs do not understand the concept of multi-asset and all that entails, they ought to leave investment advice and management to the experts!
Multi Asset means exactly that, why do people expect Multi Asset to mean just, cash, property, fixed interest, bonds and equities... wake up world.
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