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        Portfolio

A collection of securities owned by an investor.

A collection of investments, real and/or financial.

A group of assets, such as stocks, bonds, and mutuals, that are held by an investor. To reduce their risk, investors tend to hold more than just a single stock or other asset.

A group of investments held by an institution or individual.The process of choosing which investments go into a portfolio is known as portfolio management or "asset allocation", and decisions are based on:whether the investment objective is income, growth or a balance of the twohow much risk the investor is prepared to acceptwhat the time horizons of the investor areBased on the answers to these questions (and others) the portfolio manager decides how to allocate funds between different classes of investment (bonds, shares, property), how to diversify between sectors, countries and shares, how much cash to hold, and when to make changes in the composition of the portfolio. If you are managing your own portfolio of investments, exactly the same considerations apply.

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Portfolio \ A collection of securities owned by an investor.

A collection of investments, real and/or financial.

A group of assets, such as stocks, bonds, and mutuals, that are held by an investor. To reduce their risk, investors tend to hold more than just a single stock or other asset.

A group of investments held by an institution or individual.The process of choosing which investments go into a portfolio is known as portfolio management or "asset allocation", and decisions are based on:whether the investment objective is income, growth or a balance of the twohow much risk the investor is prepared to acceptwhat the time horizons of the investor areBased on the answers to these questions (and others) the portfolio manager decides how to allocate funds between different classes of investment (bonds, shares, property), how to diversify between sectors, countries and shares, how much cash to hold, and when to make changes in the composition of the portfolio. If you are managing your own portfolio of investments, exactly the same considerations apply.


Portfolio / a collection of securities owned by an investor.

a collection of investments, real and/or financial.

a group of assets, such as stocks, bonds, and mutuals, that are held by an investor. to reduce their risk, investors tend to hold more than just a single stock or other asset.

a group of investments held by an institution or individual.the process of choosing which investments go into a portfolio is known as portfolio management or "asset allocation", and decisions are based on:whether the investment objective is income, growth or a balance of the twohow much risk the investor is prepared to acceptwhat the time horizons of the investor arebased on the answers to these questions (and others) the portfolio manager decides how to allocate funds between different classes of investment (bonds, shares, property), how to diversify between sectors, countries and shares, how much cash to hold, and when to make changes in the composition of the portfolio. if you are managing your own portfolio of investments, exactly the same considerations apply.