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Diversifying your portfolio in crucial. Learn how to identify the best funds to include in your portfolio!

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Mutual funds are a great way to diversify when investing. But how do you go about picking the best ones that will perform consistently well?

We will guide investors through what to watch out for when picking funds as well as five key things that define winning funds over the long term.

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TIM PHILLIPS

Content Composer @ ProsperUs by CGS-CIMB

With over 10 years of content experience in the financial industry, including stints at Schroders and The Motley Fool, Tim believes that successful long-term investing is within everyone's reach.

He hopes to share that key message and get a new generation of investors excited about building long-term, sustainable wealth through the stock market.


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Jake Damien Chow

Portfolio Manager @ CGS-CIMB

Jake Damien Chow is an Associate Director on the Discretionary Portfolio Management team at CGS-CIMB Securities. He co-manages the portfolios with Edmund.

His primary responsibilities include managing discretionary investment mandates for the team, conducting quantitative research to uncover new sources of alpha; building proprietary strategic/tactical asset allocation models, multi-factor equity strategies and mutual fund selection models.

Prior to his current role, Jake served as a market strategist for 5 years with CGS-CIMB Research, the firm’s research arm. During this tenure, he pioneered the development of the firm’s proprietary CQM Dual Momentum trading models.

Jake holds a Bachelor of Business majoring in Economics and Finance from the RMIT University (Melbourne). He is a Chartered Market Technician® (CMT), member of the CMT Association and co-chair of the Singapore CMT Chapter

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