Park 10-20% of your portfolio in international mutual funds

The risk of a second wave of Covid-19 across the country may accelerate investors’ money allocations to international mutual funds. Financial advisors are recommending clients to hold 10-20% of their portfolios in international equities as a hedge against the vagaries of the domestic market. Global funds invest in companies with exposure to larger markets, with cheaper access to capital and with cheaper valuations compared to their Indian

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