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...Portfolio of Assessment Portfolio Introduction Recent developments in education and demandsin society have pushed for new trends designed to alter the traditional methods of instruction and assessment. As a result, alternative approaches for assessment have become necessary, in assessing both the learning process and product. The outcome of these developments has been the use of alternative technique for assessment, the assessment portfolio. Portfolios come in a variety of forms, the general ones being paper and electronic. They are a similar, and at the same time different aspect of assessing performance. Venn (2000) defines an assessment portfolio as a systematic collection... of artifacts...
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...PORTFOLIO ITEM A Skills Audit PORTFOLIO ITEM 2: A current personalised CV plus discussion Personalised C.V. Address Cell phone: Xxxx E-Mail: xxxxxxx Student’s Name PROFILE I am a dynamic, self directed and motivated, diligent, strong communicator, creative and enthusiastic person. I am ready and willing to handle complex challenging tasks and I am industrious towards achieving my objectives or the objectives of the organisation. PERSONAL DETAILS: Full names : Date of birth: Sex: Marital status: Languages: Email: Postal Address: Cell phone: Nationality: CAREER OBJECTIVES: *************** *************** **** Single English, *** ********** ** *********...
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...PORTFOLIO of Recommended time on task Due Essay: reflection on feedback and action plan 2 hours (this time covers theplanning, not the actual work needed for improvement; this is your self-guided study time) 5/11/14 Comments/Additional Information Read over the feedback you have received on your essay. Use the template below to identify 3 points for improvement and actions you will take to make sure you make these improvements. Remember that the actions you plan must be SMART: S – specific (What exactly do you plan to do?) M – measurable (How can you see when you have achieved your goal?) A – achievable (Is this a possible goal for you, in the time available?) R –...
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...PORTFOLIO - ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE CHAD BROCKMAN MAMIE BORCHERT UNIVERSITY NAME: DATE: 25-JUL-2010 Reading, Writing and Thinking Skills This course has helped in the areas of reading, writing and thinking in more ways than one. When I first started on the course, I was a bit hesitant as to the direction and overall sense of purpose that the course had for me and my development as an individual. However, as the course progressed, I realized that taking the course was indeed helpful for my development as an individual. In the succeeding paragraphs, I detail some of the ways in which the course helped me develop my critical reading, writing and thinking... RUNNING HEAD:...
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...Portfolio Introduction I look forward to work in an organization that will utilize my expertise and knowledge optimally and broaden my professional vision by providing a competitive working environment where individuals can strive to benefit the mankind and nation specifically. I have done internships in two companies of high repute. As a career objective I wish to work in an environment where I can enhance my skills and knowledge along with productive application of the knowledge. I have intense interest in programming and technical courses and I have conducted around two workshops and one seminar myself in the university where more than 200 students attended. I also...
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...Portfolio This portfolio contains three different projects and I hope that on reading this essay, a clear understanding of myprojects will come through. The three projects contained in this portfolio relate to my introductory class (Writing.102), which includes a summary of Gordon Adams essay, organ selling, and the summary of E Pluribus Unum. My choice of the three works is because of significant reasons, which include the need to address relevant issues. Indeed, the three projects were timely and addressed my intended audience, which include my fellow students and my course instructors. Furthermore, the topics addressed in the three...
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...Portfolio Industrialization in Japan Japan achieved its stable economic growth between the years 1880s and 1970 due toindustrialization.Industrialization has for many years been the leading economic activity in Japan. Industrialization contributes above 70% of the total gross domestic product (GDP) of Japan. For instance, industrial production in the country increased to 7.2 percent in 2014 (Marshall, 2005). The main sub-sectors that have contributed to this increase include; manufacturing, mining, electricity, water production, gas, heat, and supply. In Japan, the production of industry measures a large percentage of business output integrated in the above mentioned...
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...portfolio are a compilation of some of the work that I have been able to accomplish in order to engage my audience in an interesting topic. I have submitted this portfolio for my expository writing class in order to reflect on the barriers that I already had to overcome as a non-native student but as a student overall because I had other obstacles that others did not have. I hope to address some of the leaps and bounds that I have made in my journey through this class this semester and explain the methods I... Jalal Hassan Fattore Expository Writing 102 9 May Dear Reader, I hope that you understand that I am a non-native taking an English course about writing. The projects which are contained in this...
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...Portfolio Introduction When I started my es in the US, I got a number of challenges since it was a different environment from the one at home. First, the quality of food was quite different since US has a lot of processed foods as compared to my home country where I was used to eating green vegetables straight from the farm. Secondly, English being my second language made it even a little bit harder since every course work was written and translated in English. Despite that, I have gotten used to the food and secondly, my classmates have helped me a lot with my reading and writing skills. In our mentor class, we did a number of readings which contributed to my progress as...
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...Portfolio of Jane Doe 24 Something St.  Sometown, WY 82001  555-555-5555  someone@somedomain.com Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor Experienced counselor with over five years experience in reaching out to victims of alcohol and substance abuse as well as their families... when I looked into that little girls eyes, and knew that I had made a connection, knew that I had made her world a better place, that is when I knew for sure that I chose the right profession…” 2009 Performance Award, Acme Inc. “…We are all proud to have worked with such a dedicated and reliable counselor, and we hope many more people that are as caring as you come along …” 2008 Performance Review Excerpt, Acme Inc. “…Jane’s outsta...
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...Portfolio Culture and Popular Culture The definition of culture is very broad but it essentially refers to a wide-range of intellectual, aesthetic and spiritual developments, a definition that is mostly considered when looking at the cultural development of Western Europe. Culture typically implies the way of life for an individual, society in a particular period and as The Economist (2013) aptly puts it culture benefits the whole community. How various cultural developments sprung out from an array of media for example sports, religious festivals, literacy, for instance, the Brazilian carnival is the culture of Brazilians that sprung out from religious affiliations. Culture can also... Culture and...
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...Portfolio Business portfolio PORTFOLIO ITEM A Skills Audit Assessment of skills is very important as regular reflection of the skills you have and the skills you need is also essential both as an individual and a group. Skills audit is the measuring and recording of skills of an individual or a group therefore, it is a review of your existing skills pitted against the skills you will require both now and in future. It helps you to determine the existing skills, identifying the skills you may require in business field and role, more effectively and plan, develop and improve the knowledge and skills required for the future career. It is done in five stages namely; Existing skills... ? Lecturer: Business...
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...Portfolio 9 December Dear Reader, I have been engaged in the Expo this semester where I have done threeprojects. As I write this letter, I do believe that you will appreciate the developments that I have demonstrated. The work that I was involved with includes a summary of David Holcberg’s article about ‘Human Organs for Sale’ that was published by Ayn Rand Institute, an article about ‘Petition to Waive the University Mathematics Requirement’ and a ‘Summary of Krugman’s Article’ about a comparison of the state of independent America and the America we have today. The topics have been of interest partly because they were part of the course requirement and because they...
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...Portfolio 1. We are mainly informed regarding the politics through mass media. This article is saying that the media is playing a major role in informing the people about politics, elections and campaigns. But as the people stresses information from the media, there also a fundamental cynicism in the culture of America in contradiction of the politics and the media for bad campaign attention and the media bill which is perceived1. What is frequently lucking in missed in the government influence on the media, and correspondingly, the effect the government is having on the media. In addition to that media aids influence issues voters... By The of the The of the School The and where it is located The...
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...Portfolio: Transport in Sandikhola village s of Learning: s Portfolio This design system looks forward in finding a solution to the problem facing the people who live in the remote hilltop communities in the Gorkha district in the Western region of Nepal. The problems that were identified by Nepal Water for Health (NEWAH) were characterized into specific design areas. They include: Housing and Construction, Waste supply and sanitation systems (WASH), Energy, Waste management, Climate change, Information communications technology, and Transportation (Engineers without borders institute, no date). Transport Task 1: Problem Statement The Common means of transport for the area is road transport... Transport ...
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...Portfolio Part One The two observations for this study were done by the inquirer at areception class, at one of the primary schools based at Newham, London. However, in observing the provisions of the data and information protection Act, the names of the teachers, students and the school will be kept anonymous. The observation class had 24 learners, all from different community background; 3 support teachers and the class teacher. The children fall between 3 and 4 years, and during the start of the class, they were all sited on the floor, as the teacher took the class register. Due to their varied community backgrounds, approximately 80 percent of the learners... ? Work: Reflective Journal Assignment...
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...Portfolio: Ratio Analysis in the Insurance Industry Industry analysis Insurance business involve all about risk management. In this business, premiums are collected by the insurance companies from the policy holders. The collected money is invested in low risk businesses and reimbursed to the client when need arises, especially during the maturity of the policy. Many factors are considered when it comes to a person looking for a good insurance company. The most important factor that both the consumer and the investors should look at is the financial strength of the insurance company and its ability to meet the obligations of the policyholder (Achleitner 2002). When the...
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...Portfolio Table of Contents Running Head: PORTFOLIO Portfolio Table of Contents 2 Portfolio 13 2 How artifacts in the portfolio expresses me as a learner 3 How the portfolio highlights the professional strengths 3 Challenges encountered and how it was overcame 4 Contributions of the course work 4 i). Effective communication 5 ii). Use of clinical reasoning 5 iii). Organizational system and quality leadership 5 iv). Theories of community health and community promotion course 5 v). Patient centered care 6 vi). Leadership experience 6 vii). Inter-professional collaboration 6 Viii)....
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...Portfolio Portfolio As a health care professional, it is imperative to key out plausible, precise, and current resources. As a medical transcriptionist, I will have to be up to date with current medical evidence and progresses in order to provide the unsurpassed care to patients. This portfolio includes a list of resources in the categories of professional associations, current issues, education resources, areas of current research and professional journals. Current issues Medical News Today (2012, October 8). Free Birth Control Leads To Massive Decrease In Abortion Rates. Retrieved October 8, 2012, from...
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...Portfolio and Section # of Portfolio Teamwork is an integral part of Managing Business Relations (MBR) owing to the growing phenomenon of groups of people working together in a union for a specific purpose, to achieve a certain goal, to meet set objectives etc. (Ford et al., 2003). In contemporary times it has become inevitable, as every aspect of life involves some sort of union setup between people to make them deliberately work to attain a common target: trade unions in a corporation, project teams in offices, a convoy on a mission, a team of surgeons in a hospital, and a team of students for group work are common examples of teamwork. Global...
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...Portfolio 9 December Dear Reader, It has been interesting and very informative going through the Expo I have been able to learn so much through the research that I did and the articles I wrote is a testimony. I submitted the articles to my professor and the comments I got were encouraging. I have derived many benefits from the entire process including gaining insight on the topics on selling of human organs and the American history. However, there are areas that I believe provide an opportunity for improvement since I have found further insight on how to improve. The topic on the selling of human organs is of importance due to its emerging and contentious nature. Several...
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...Portfolio Why did the United s experience a Renaissance after 1989? There are a number of instances in the history of nations where some periods have come to change the course of the country, for good or for all the bad reasons. What is most important is the fact that there should be more good than bad and same has been the case with the American population which started to witness something totally different and new come the year 1989. United States of America experienced a Renaissance period after the year 1989. During this time, there were changes in the American mindset as people started to see and understand their homeland in a different light altogether. There were...
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...Portfolio Introduction This work will review statistical approaches to psychological studies with a consideration of both the statistical and qualitative research. An emphasis of the study is also on the methods of research as well as that of interpretation of the same data. Therefore, the work will have four sections that address the two types of data mentioned already. The first part will concern conducting and interpreting statistical analysis while the second will deal with experimental design and understanding the statistical analysis. Additionally, the third element of the work will feature a sample research question and the fourth will deal with conducting and interpreting... Portfolio...
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...Portfolio Table of Contents Introduction 3 Preferred Job Area 3 Self Analysis of Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 5 Perception Regarding the Job and KSA 6 Requirement of Developing KSA 6 Personal Development Plan 7 Curriculum Vitae 8 Employment Letter 11 Application Form 13 References 15 Bibliography 18 Introduction After the completion of the graduation, students aim at getting better job according to their interest in the specific area. It is evident that the recruitment of the graduates has become a complex and difficult task. The companies have realised the fact that the recruitment and the selection procedures need to ensure that graduates are ‘best fit’ in order to...
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...Portfolio Culture and Popular Culture The definition of culture is very broad but it essentially refers to a wide-range of intellectual, aesthetic and spiritual developments, a definition that is mostly considered when looking at the cultural development of Western Europe. Culture typically implies the way of life for an individual, society in a particular period and as The Economist (2013) aptly puts it culture benefits the whole community. How various cultural developments sprung out from an array of media for example sports, religious festivals, literacy, for instance, the Brazilian carnival is the culture of Brazilians that sprung out from religious affiliations. Culture can also... ? Culture and...
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...Portfolio MMU Cheshire Nasser al-hamammi Table of Content Introduction 3 Knowledge & Use of Material 4 Applicationof Knowledge 7 Selection, Organization and interpretation of Material 11 Evaluation of Material 13 Conclusion 15 References 17 Bibliography 22 Introduction Management is a term that helps in defining the process that enhances the ability of an organization to manage its workforce and perform effectively (Matthews, 2009). Strategic planning is directly related to developing different processes of management. Managerial functions also include recording and storing of information that acts as a future source for developing different plans. This involves... Principles of Management Practice...
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...portfolio because it covered two standards and it helped teach my students an essential skill while exercising different learning domains. The students used their cognitive domain when they had to recreate their name with water, sand and blocks. They increased their fine motor skills when they used the paintbrush to write their names. When the students made their name in blocks, they used both fine and gross motor skills. This lesson was successful because more of my students... ?Table of Contents Reflection 5 Culturally Respectful Menu 6 Reflection 6 Play Observation for a Child with Special Needs 7 Reflection 8 Lesson Plan 9 Reflection 10 Reflective Journal Choice 11 Reflection 12 Practicum Evaluation...
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Portfolio Optimization
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...Portfolio Optimization Asset Allocation A variation of different assets will provide the investor with a variability of return in the investor’s portfolio and reduce the risk. In order to achieve portfolio optimization the investor has to allocate the portfolio in different asset classes. The most beneficial way to allocate the assets is to let a global touch permeate the portfolio. Look at different national markets in order to find independency, hence reduce the risk (Litterman, 2003). In order to attain optimization at a national level it is of great importance to look at different type of sectors and industries, this is supported by Litterman (2003). ). The investor... Affiliation:...
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Portfolio Theory
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...Portfolio Theory Given that the four projects available for Top Choice Investments to choose from are all indivisible, then the 2,000,000-fund can be invested in the following portfolios: Portfolio Initial Costs of Projects Total A B C D Cost 1 1,200,000 800,000 2,000,000 2 800,000 1,200,000 2,000,000 3 800,000 1,200,000 2,000,000 The minimum return rate of 25% required by the investors will have to be satisfied. The return rates of the three portfolios are computed as follows: Port- First Project Second Project Total Expected Return folio Investment Expected Return Investment Expected Return on 2M... Part I:...
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Portfolio Management
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...Portfolio Management Contents Portfolio: alternative investment strategies 3 Diversification 3 Non-correlating assets 3 Leap Puts and other Option 4 Stop Losses 4 Dividends 5 Principal protected investments 5 Role of modern portfolio theory in investment strategies 5 References 7 Portfolio: alternative investment strategies The formation of a portfolio is done by combining assets of different categories in order to meet the investment goals of an investor. The portfolio formation is characterized by the attainment of optimal returns and diversification of risk. The main strategy in the...
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Nursing Portfolio
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...PORTFOLIO: NURSING Table of Contents Introduction Page 3 Evidence Summary Table Page 4-9 Justification ment Page 9 Critical Reflection Page 10-12 Conclusion Page 12 References Page 13 List of Appendices Page 13 Appendix 1 Page 13 Appendix 2 Page 14 Appendix 3 Page 14 Appendix 4 Page 15-16 Appendix 5 Page 17 Introduction Nursing Portfolio has been a method of both formative and summative assessment. As nursing students we are required to maintain a portfolio as a component of a programme. A portfolio is a collection and cohesive account of work-based learning that contains relevant evidence from practice and...
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Portfolio Analysis
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...Portfolio Analysis Portfolio Analysis Table of Contents Introduction………………………………………………………………………3 2. Description………………………………………………………………………..3 3. Economic Market Analysis a. Gross Domestic Product……………………………………………………….5 b. Housing…………………………………………………………………………6 c. Oil………………………………………………………………………………6 d. Employment rate……………………………………………………………….7 e. Debt…………………………………………………………………………….8 f. Elections………………………………………………………………………...8 4. Individual stock analysis……………………………………………………………9 5. Best portfolio………………………………………………………………………10 6. Worst portfolio…………………………………………………………………….12 7. Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………15 Portfolio Analysis Introduction Portfolio analysis studies the performance... ?Running Head:...
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...Portfolio Analysis 2. Correlation and Covariance a. Correlation according to Cohen (2003) can be defined as the ofthe degree in which two variables are related to each other. For example how is coffee business growth related to the weather patterns? Correlation can either be positive or negative meaning a single variable can affect the other positively or negatively. Covariance on the other hand can be defined as the manner two variables change at the same time. Covariance can be described as how two risky assets go hand-in-hand or in relation to one another (see C. Patrick Doncaster, 2007). If the covariance is positive this implies that the assets returns are simultaneous and if negative... ...
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...Portfolio Analysis Outline the concept of diversification. Use a numerical example of your own design to illustrate the concept. Answer: Diversification: As we know that an asset held as part of a portfolio usually is less risky than the same asset held in isolation. Accordingly, most financial assets are held as parts of portfolios. Banks, pension funds, insurance companies, and other financial institutions are required by law to hold diversified portfolios. Even individual investors - at least those whose security holdings constitute a significant part of their total wealth - generally hold portfolios,...
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Portfolio Report
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...PORTFOLIO REPORT I. INTRODUCTION This paper will present the result of the analysis on the two portfolios with two shares each, having data from FTSE 100. The first portfolio, A, include shares from the same sector i.e. Next and M&S. While the other portfolio, B, include shares from different sectors i.e. Thomas Cook and Alliance Trust. Each portfolio were calculated and were given excel models for the analysis. The objective of the report is to present, interpret and compare the results of the two portfolios. Furthermore, a conclusion shall be drawn out from the resulted analysis and...
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Portfolio Project
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...Portfolio Project Table of Contents Introduction This report has been prepared to assist one of the in the selection of stocks listed under S& P 500. Here the risk relating to individual stocks has been diversified effectively by constructing an optimal portfolio of blue chip companies. In the modern financial market a rational investor invests his money in a pool of assets referred to as ‘portfolio’. Unlike in the past when an individual invested his money in a single asset class exposing him to high risk, spreading the investment corpus across various assets is the norm of the day. The main aim of investing in a...
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...Portfolio management Introduction An investor may hold a collection of investments to derive future payments that will compensate the investor for the time the funds are committed, the expected rate of inflation, and the uncertainty of the future payments. The "investor" can be an individual, a government, a pension fund, or a corporation. The most vital decision regarding investing that an investor can make involves the amount of risk he or she is willing to bear. Most investors will want to obtain the highest return for the lowest amount of possible risk. However, there tends to be a trade-off between risk and return, whereby larger returns are generally associated with...
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...Portfolio Management Monthly Return of Assets In this project, the prices of the stocks provide the weights of the portfolios for all the stocks provided. The monthly returns for the stocks in the investment pool are calculated with the formula in equation 1 below: Monthly returns = xp = p^-Tx =∑xipi ---------------EQ 1 Where xp is the monthly expected return, pi is the weight of the portfolio and n is the average number of assets. The values of calculation of the expected monthly returns are presented in the table 1 presented below: Stock Expected Return CSCO 21 INTC 24 NKE 26 PFE 26 MSFT 27 GE 28 KO 28 T 32 UNH 32 DIS 33... Statistics Project, Finance and Accounting...
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...Portfolio management Portfolio construction The process of portfolio construction is normally designed to make sure that the allocations to managers and investment strategies are consistent with the risk and return goals of the portfolio. Thus portfolio construction is basically a personalized, disciplined procedure. In portfolio construction, the individual risk and return features of the fundamental investments should be considered alongside one’s unique requirements, goals as well as risk considerations. Consequently, this paper seeks to dissect the portfolio...
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Portfolio Diversification
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...PORTFOLIO DIVERSIFICATION: JACKIE JONES’ PORTFOLIO The situation After her husband passed away, Mrs. Jones was left with an investment portfolio consisting of 5 stocks which originally was valued at £1,500,000 but has now fallen 30 percent after the recent market downturn. Now in her fifties or so, her present concern is how to manage portfolio in such a way that it would appreciate in value and at the same provide her with steady source of income. She has approached her brokerage firm’s senior financial advisor in order to ask for guidance on how her portfolio can be managed well. Her close friend Mary...
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...Portfolio Management Introduction Portfolio management is a professional management field in the investment of stocks, securities and other investments aimed at taking optimal decision required to meet the desired returns that an investor aims to achieve. Investment in shares inherently contains market risk associated with them. The risk associated with some securities may be high whereas the risk associated in other securities may be low. By measuring the volatility of the price of stocks and securities, the associated risk with an investment may be determined. Investors are normally risk averse in nature. This means that the investors incline towards...
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...portfolio managers and by financial analysts in order to infer asset required and expected returns on a standardized basis, through a properly designed and professional model that doesn’t require to be completely renewed on a case by case basis, and has therefore met the requirements of the Asset Management industry, in which the capacity to correctly price securities, and to properly infer the right rate of return for determined... traditional and innovative alternative assets, are all qualities that can make possible for a portfolio manager to gain an early lead over competitors. The model, from a technical perspective, has been based on the works of Dr Harry Markowitz, a...
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Investment Portfolio
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...Portfolio Management for selected companies: Sharp, Jensen and Treynor Ratios Introduction Portfolio management is a fundamental pillar of every corporate entity. It determines how well the company fairs in the competitive market with respect to its investment performance over a predetermined period. In that light, financial analysts have devised three concepts of computing portfolio analysis including the Sharp, Jensen and Treynor rations (Sanwal, 2007). This paper seeks to determine the aforesaid ratios using the portfolios of six companies namely Dell, Microsoft Corp, General Electric, Ford, UPS and Wal-Matt. Dell...
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Portfolio Analysis
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...portfolio for an investor can be done in a number of ways, but perhaps the commonest way is the use of preference curves. In this context, Damodaran (2010) states that a preference curve is a representation of an investor’s selection for risk and return, meaning the attitudes that the investor has towards risk and the associated return on an investment. The horizontal axis on an indifference curve represents the risk of an investment, while the vertical axis represents the earning or return that an investor would expect to earn from the investment. According to Campbell (1996), the indifference curve... Risk and Return a. Indifference curves in the context of risk and return The selection of the best...
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...Portfolio Management Introduction This study is an analysis of the performance of a selected set of stocks for a period of 20 years between 1994 and 2014. The objective of the study is to measure the relationship between the risks in the investments and the expected return. Many models and methods are applied in this study to maximize the return and minimize the risks in the investments. The study assists in the selection of the most efficient method for optimizing the portfolio. The optional methods available include the Classical Mean-Variance, the robust optimization and the Treynor-Black, and the different input parameter for estimation of the expected... Statistics Project, Finance and Accounting...
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...Portfolio management Portfolio management This is a process carried out to ensure that the organisation spends its scarce resources on the work that is of most value. Practicing portfolio management in the organisation helps in ensuring that only the most valuable work is approved and managed across the entire organisation. Portfolio management implies that you manage your money in a manner that maximises the organisation’s returns and minimises risks. Portfolio managements involve understanding the various investment alternatives and selecting the ones that best achieve the overall financial goals and...
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...PORTFOLIO REPORT Affiliation PORTFOLIO REPORT Name: Date of Birth: Age: Current Grade: Parents: School: Dates of Assessment: Date of Report: Examiner: Supervisor: REASON FOR REFERRAL exhausted It is important to analyse the performance of Emma-Lee so that it could be possible to assist her accordingly. She will only get the right help if the teachers know what her problem is. It would thus be important to begin with the medical assessment before assessing other aspects around her education and academic performance. BACKGROUND INFORMATION The problem facing Emma Lee is hardly clear until the findings bring out a clear...
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...Portfolio Professional Portfolio Summary of Changes Several changes were made to the assignments. In Global Workplace Philosophy assignment, the definition of global workplace has been changed because it defined intercultural communication. The correct definition of global workplace considers global workplace as an agency that makes use of employees from across geographical locations while maintaining a uniform code of conduct of how employees are expected to behave ethically and professionally, while utilizing massive communication and technology infrastructure with emphasis on diversity and cost controls (Varner & Beamer, 2011; Nelson & Quick, 2012). Developing an effective global... Professional...
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...Portfolio The Investor is a 47-year-old married male who is looking to retire at age 67, the first year he is eligible for full social security benefits. He is a district sales manager for Bob Forsythe Auto, a large and highly profitable dealership in mid-Missouri. His earned income, including salary and bonuses, is $85,000 per year. He does receive a cost of living adjustment on an annual basis of 3.5%. His wife works part-time as a freelance photographer; however, her pay is considered supplemental income, as her workflow is not deemed steady enough to cover anything more than the car payments for their two teenage children, ages 17 and 16. Both children also have 529 plans... ?Finance 4110 Investment...
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Portfolio letter
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...Portfolio Reviewers, During the spring quarter of my sophomore year, I took college English writing UWP1. I was afraid and nervous of writing because English is my second language. After I wrote the first assignment, which is about personal literacy narrative, I felt confident. Though writing the first assignment, all my writing history came up to my mind. It recorded how I improved my writing skill these years. I really like this class; we had some debates which make the class more attractive. We also do the peer review in class. Peer review was very helpful. It gave me a chance to read other classmates’ writing and give feedback to them. It was hard for me to give feedback... at the...
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