Question

Assume that you were given $100,000 to invest in financial assets.

- What would your investment portfolio look like?
- Why?

Answer #1

**ACCORDING TO
ASSUMPTION INVEST $100000 IN FINANCIAL ASSETS THEN MY PORTFOLIO
LOOK LIKE AS FOLLOWING:-**

**EQUITY**
**$30000**

**MUTUAL FUND $30000**

**FIXED DEPOSIT $20000**

**GOVT. DEPOSIT $20000**

$1000**00**

**MY PORTFOLIO
LOOK LIKE AS ABOVE ITS SOME REASON ARE
FOLLOWING**

1. INVEST IN EQUITY IN THE RATIO OF 30% BECAUSE ITS HIGHLY RISKY BUT HIGHLY PROFIT BECAUSE SHARE MARKET IS VERY FLUCTUATION MARKET.

2. INVEST IN MUTUAL FUND IS ALSO 30% BECAUSE ITS SAFE THAN EQUITY MARKET AND ALSO GOOD RETURN FROM MUTUAL FUND NOW DAYS SO

3. INVEST IN FD IS GIVEN FIXED % INTEREST AND NOT RISKY

4 INVEST IN GOVT. DEPOSIT IS ALSO GIVEN FIXED % INTEREST AND ITS 0% RISKY .

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