You will be given a specific amount n u will be asked in invest it in different investment alternatives by constructing a portfolio. 
1. Identify the characteristics of investor such as middle class hai, upper middle class hai ki lower middle class hai…… Then how much money he has for investment…. Then check if any other specification given in case…
2. Determine objectives of investor on the basis of characteristics
For example – i middle class investor would look for liquidity, tax benefit, protection to family, provision for old age etc.
3. Invest the money in various INVESTMENT ALTERNATIVES
a. If investor is willing to take more risk, then invest in equity, mf, gold, etc.
B. If investor is willing to take moderate risk, then invest in fd, mf, ppfetc
C. If investor is not willing to take any risk, invest in fd, ppf, bonds, n a small amt in mf to ensure growth.

How much to invest in each alternative???
There is no fixed proportion for that. It is logical. Only max limit for ppf is 70,000.  After reading this, REFER IAPM THEORY NOTES – Case study with solution.



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