11 Dec 2022
Although we see a small reduction in the inflation rates (6.45% to 6.41%), it is still way too higher than the long-term average inflation rate of 3.28%. For the investors, it is the most vulnerable moment to exit from the investments and encash their invested money.
However, finding ways to protect investment portfolios can revitalize your risk-adjusted returns. When prices rise, from groceries to real estate properties, investment strategies that protect you from inflations and help you stay resilient to these price fluctuations will ensure return optimizations over the long term.
We have employed thoughtful investing strategies to overcome the investment challenges during rising inflation rates that generate regular income and capital appreciation over time. Our prudent investment strategies during times of inflation include investing in inflation-protected assets, diversifying our portfolio with a variety of income-generating assets, and advising clients on maintaining a flexible budget to establish the trust among investors that their wealth is not only protected but grows at an accelerated pace amid sensible economic conditions.
Inflation-protected assets, such as publicly-traded stocks, equity stakes in private companies, etc., allow investors to enhance their capital acquisitions and grow their investments in the long run. Whereas the diversification strategy ensures risk-hedging through availing exposure across various classes of assets.
In addition, maintaining a flexible budget is one of the most effective ways to beat inflation rather than exiting from investments. Thus, we focus on curating investment strategies that enable our clients to adapt easily to the changing economic conditions and accommodate rising prices.
Our leaders constantly evolve their methods and learnings to help our clients benefit from the inflationary conditions. Taking calculative risks through a measured approach keeps us remain agile with unique and bespoke solutions in uncertain times.
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