Why should I stick to the recommended minimum investment horizon?

Mutual fund investment strategies are set to deliver expected higher returns over a specified investment horizon. In all likelihood, under standard market and economic conditions this will happen.


A failure to achieve the expected return when the minimum investment horizon is reached may be due to an exceptionally unfavourable economic situation, and the associated decline in the prices of securities in which the fund invests.

Update: 05.05.2023 02:24

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