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Raihan Ali
Jul 13, 2022
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Benefit from Economic Growth, and Local Bonds of Emerging Countries That Combine Advantages Such as High Yields, Exchange Gains, and Turnaround Themes. for Those Who Want to Capture All Types of Bonds at Once to Easily Grasp Opportunities, a Dual-Yield Portfolio Can Be Used . Double Income Strategy, Auto-Focus on the Highlights of the Us New Stock and Bond Market the Dual-Income Investment Strategy Is to Deploy the Following Two Levels of Balanced Funds, and to Grasp the Stock and Bond Income Opportunities of the Two Major Economies of the United States and Emerging Markets, So That Investors Can Easily Grasp the Star Target, While Taking into Account the Overall Asset custom t shirts Fluctuations. Learn More: Double Benefit Franklin Photo Credit: Franklin the Content of This Article Is Provided by "Franklin", and Has Been Edited and Edited by Key Review Network Media Group. Since the Credit Rating of High-Yield Bonds Is Not Investment Grade or Unrated, and Is Highly Sensitive to Changes in Interest Rates, the Fund May Not Pay Due to Rising Interest Rates, Declining Market Liquidity, or Default by Bond Issuers Loss of Principal, Interest or Bankruptcy. the Fund Is Not Suitable for Investors Who Cannot Bear the Relevant Risks. This Fund Is More Suitable for Investors with High Risk Tolerance in Investment Attributes. Investors Investing in Funds That Seek High-Yield Bonds Should Not Account for an Excessively High Proportion of Their Investment Portfolio. Investors Should Evaluate Carefully. in Addition to the Interest Rate Risk, Liquidity Risk, Exchange Rate Risk, Credit or Default Risk of General Fixed-Income Products, the Main Investment Risks of the Fund Are Due to the Fact That the Fund Invests in Bonds of Emerging Countries, and the Credit Ratings of Emerging Countries Are Generally Higher Than Those of Established Countries. the Developing Countries Are Relatively Low, So the Credit Risk Is Relatively High, Especially When the Economic Fundamentals and Political Conditions of Emerging Countries Change, Which May Affect Their Solvency and Bond Credit Q
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