1. Liquidcase’s NAV is similar to a growth mutual fund, will there be any period where the NAV can go below the current NAV?

  2. Return-wise, will it fare better than Liquidbees as it’s tax-efficient?


curious to know about #1 as well.

as for #2, it does seem it is more tax efficient, since you attract tax only if and when you realize returns - in case of LIQUIDBEES, returns are automatically realized. i.e., you don’t get the option to choose when and whether you want to realize returns.

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Any update on this query. I am also having same question.