Investing Chitra Katha – Understanding the impact of modified duration on debt fund returns

Hi everyone. This is a new series I am attempting, where the idea is to simplify investing topics in the form of pictures.

In case, you want the detailed explanation on the topic you can always refer to our older post here

If you like this and would like to see similar simplified posts or have any suggestions, do let me know via your comments.

Happy investing 🙂

Disclaimer: No content on this blog should be construed to be investment advice. You should consult a qualified financial advisor prior to making any actual investment or trading decisions. All information is a point of view, and is for educational and informational use only. The author accepts no liability for any interpretation of articles or comments on this blog being used for actual investments

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Author: Arun

Hey! I'm Arun and I work for the research team of a boutique wealth management firm based out of Chennai. The idea behind this space is to share my learnings/mistakes and hopefully help people in making better investment decisions :)

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