What is Fixed Income?

Fixed income is a type of investment that consists of buying debt from companies or governments. Overall, it is considered more conservative than equities, so many investors decide to invest part of their assets in fixed income. This means that one part is more stable but with less growth potential and the other part, in equities, has more growth potential, although with more volatility.


What is  Fixed Income?

Why invest in Fixed Income?

Is very useful for conservative investors

Is very useful for conservative investors

Fixed income has less volatility than equities, so it is very useful for conservative investors, who simply want to maintain the purchasing power of their money.

A return which can be estimated beforehand

A return which can be estimated beforehand

It offers a return which can be estimated beforehand.

A more diversified portfolio

A more diversified portfolio

It can be used alongside equities to create a more diversified portfolio, with a better risk-reward ratio.

How do we invest in Fixed Income?

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