Understanding fund fact sheets and keeping track of your investments
Investing is only the first step. It is what you do with your investment that matters. Once you have invested, you need to keep track of theactual performance. The fill-it and shut-it approach is hardly going to get the desired results. Not that you need to fret over the performance on a daily basis in cases of investment horizons of more than a year, but keeping a check and being aware of the progress of your investment is a good practice. After all, everything from your car to your body needs to undergo periodic health check-ups..
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