What are Mixed funds?

Mixed funds are investment vehicles that contain both equity and fixed income assets, or other assets.


What are Mixed funds?

Why invest in Mixed funds?

Greater diversification

Greater diversification

Mixed funds allow you to diversify your investment in equities and fixed income, reducing the number of vehicles held in your portfolio.

Better return and lower volatility

Better return and lower volatility

Generally speaking, fixed income and equities tend to be uncorrelated, which means that this type of vehicle has a better return than fixed income, but at the same time a lower volatility than equities.

How do we invest in Mixed funds?

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Mixed funds

Mixed investment funds are funds that in their structure include fixed income instruments, such as government or corporate bonds, and equity instruments, mainly stocks or ETFs.