The Pension Strategy for Canadians: The Ultimate Guide to Personal Investing
Insomniac Press, 2007 - 193 oldal
The Pension Strategy for Canadians teaches, through the use of a simple disciplined process, how individual investors can experience the same type of success as their institutional counterparts. The book is built upon the work of Nobel Prize winners William F. Sharpe and Harry M. Markowitz. It details in simple language how average investors can harness the techniques used by large pension plans, such as modern portfolio theory, dynamic asset allocation and diversification. The Pension Strategy will show investors how to achieve the same kind of performance and safety in their own retirement accounts as the large pension plans provide for their clients.
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The Efficient Frontier
Market Systematic Risk
Cash and Asset Allocation
Asset Allocation and Real Estate
Adjusting Asset Allocation to Your Risk Tolerance Comfort
A Note on Standard Deviation
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The Pension Strategy: The Ultimate Guide to Personal Investing
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