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Aarati Krishnan
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I had invested ₹12 lakh each in two debt funds - HDFC Income Fund and Aditya Birla Income Plus one year ago. My returns till date are negative. I can wait for a year or two if the returns amount to 9 per cent a year. Please let me know if I can get a better return from investing elsewhere. I can invest in equity funds also and I don’t have a specific horizon in mind. I do own other debt funds - Ad...
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