4 Replies to “what is the diffarence in mutual funds between banlanced and liquied?”

  1. Liquid funds typically seek to preserve your original capital. Making a profit is secondary. (Usually invest your cash in Treasuries, and other guaranteed investments).

    A balanced fund seeks to balance risk out as well as possible (through diversification).

    Hope that is helpful.



  2. Liquidity means you can easily reedem/convert your shares for cash, it is not a type of mutual fund. Technically all open ended mutual funds are considered liquid, doesn’t matter if its a money market fund or a equity fund, they all have a similar level of liquidity. A balanced fund is a mix of stocks and bonds, and traditionally the split is 60% stocks, 40% bonds.






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