A mixed assets fund invests predominantly in a mix of equities, bonds and properties. All mixed assets funds have different types of risk levels, depending on the funds allocation between equities, bonds and property, and generally they lie somewhere between the risk of a bond fund and an equity fund. Typically the higher risks are associated with greater investment in stocks than bonds, where equity is at the bottom of the capital structure. Normally a mixed fund will get you through all types of market environments and conditions by ensuring that the asset allocation is consistently optimal.

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