Investors advised to relook current portfolios in 2023

To generate returns that beat inflation, financial advisors say investors should have a good amount of risk assets like equities in their portfolio. REUTERS
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SINGAPORE – The year 2023 is an opportune time for investors to relook their investment portfolios and do a comprehensive cleanup after 2022, when markets were hammered by sharp rises in interest rates after two years of almost zero interest rates globally, said market watchers.

And they recommend that investors put some of their money into a mix of equities and bonds.

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