Covid 2nd wave: Should mutual fund investors book their recent profits?

Covid 2nd wave: Should mutual fund investors book their recent profits?

Many mutual fund investors are extremely nervous about the markets. Their major concern is about preserving the profits they have made in the recent past. “Everyone wants to book profits, but at the same time nobody wants to miss a likely rally,” says a financial planner. He says he got so many queries in the last two weeks about safeguarding the profits. According to mutual fund advisors, investors are clearly nervous about the high infections

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