Flexi-cap, focused, value, ESG, hybrid mutual funds invest partially in foreign stocks. Is it right way to diversify?

Flexi-cap, focused, value, ESG, hybrid mutual funds invest partially in foreign stocks. Is it right way to diversify?

Experts maintain that to reap benefits of global diversification, it should find material space in your portfolio.

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Domestic mutual funds have started investing partially in foreign stocks. Till recently, hardly any local funds stepped beyond the domestic market. But are these funds the right way to achieve portfolio diversification?

Flexi-cap, focused, value, ESG and hybrid funds are today betting on the same thing. All are domestic funds that invest partially in foreign stocks. This tribe of funds taking exposure to global stocks continues to grow. Is investing via these funds the right way to seek international diversification? Are these funds better off than others that don’t diversify abroad? Till recently, hardly any local funds stepped beyond the domestic market.

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