What is a recommended approach for investors with a long-term growth strategy? Option: "Combining equity investments with short-term holdings for liquidity", "Avoiding equity markets due to their volatility", "Focusing on get-rich-quick schemes", "Investing solely in short-term, high-yield funds"

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What is a recommended approach for investors with a long-term growth strategy?

"Combining equity investments with short-term holdings for liquidity"

"Avoiding equity markets due to their volatility"

"Focusing on get-rich-quick schemes"

"Investing solely in short-term, high-yield funds"

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What is the recommended investment approach for equity-oriented mutual funds?

"Frequent switching between funds based on market trends"

"Investing based on news headlines and market predictions"

"Short-term investments to capitalize on market fluctuations"

"Long-term investment horizon with a focus on time in the market"

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What type of investment strategy is recommended for growing wealth?

Relying on employer-sponsored savings plans

Focusing on a single, reliable investment

Diversifying investments across a portfolio

Investing solely in high-risk stocks

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What investment strategy is recommended for young investors due to their longer time horizon?

"Low-risk bonds"

"High-yield savings accounts"

"Equity investments"

"Real estate"

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What is the recommended approach for a long-term financial goal like retirement?

"Adopt a balanced approach with a mix of equity and debt"

"Invest aggressively in high-growth small-cap funds"

"Focus on capital preservation with low-risk debt funds"

"Invest primarily in index funds and large-cap funds"

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What is a common misconception about equity-oriented mutual funds?

"They guarantee high returns regardless of market conditions"

"They are a suitable investment for short-term financial goals"

"They are a low-risk investment option"

"They require active trading and frequent switching between funds"