Asset allocation is a term that Pune-based Bhavook Tripathi has never fancied. “I have swung between 100% equity to less than 10% equity to negligible real estate. If the market is dynamic, how can one follow a static asset allocation model?” questions the 45-year-old private investor and founder of Brahm group, which operates in the high-end die casting and machining business. Though Tripathi has several investments, the one that shot him from oblivion to the forefront was his big bet
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The private investor and Brahm Group founder is strictly against a static asset allocation model
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