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The investment process is comprised of four phases: (1) the objectives phase, (2) the asset allocation phase, (3) the manager selection phase and (4) the portfolio evaluation phase.
Asset allocation enables you to develop a personalized, diversified portfolio by strategically combining different holdings in varying proportions.
A long-term investment program based on asset allocation is one that can help you pursue your investment objectives.
As an investor, asset allocation is the most important decision you can make.
Asset allocation is a fancy term for how you divvy up your money among stocks, bonds and other investments.
July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Fortis Financial Group has introduced Privileged Account Service, the first service that allows investors to select an asset allocation among stock, bond and money market mutual funds that meets their investment needs and automatically maintains the portfolio mix.
An investment strategy founded in fact Tactical asset allocation has its share of disbelievers.
The combination of Principal Funds and WM Funds marks a new era for The Principal with the virtually unmatched formula of world-class investment management, comprehensive asset allocation solutions, and retirement investing expertise," said Ralph Eucher, president, Principal Funds.