A portfolio allocation strategy based on targeting risk levels across the various components of an investment portfolio. The risk parity approach to asset allocation allows investors to target specific levels of risk and to divide that risk equally across the entire investment portfolio in order to achieve optimal portfolio diversification for each individual investor. Risk parity strategies are in contrast to traditional allocation methods that are based on holding a certain percentage of investment classes, such as 60% stocks and 40% bonds, within one's investment portfolio.
Performance Index Paper - PIP
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It refers to the intentional selling of stock on a large scale to make financial pressure on a corporation to force social change.
Individual or group sharing ownership in an asset with another individual or group. Co-owner of an asset holds a certain percentage although this m ...
It refers to the interest that a debtor pays before the first scheduled repayment of debt.
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The Five-Way Trading Test
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