lunes, 23 de enero de 2017

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A benchmark is a standard against which the performance of a security, mutual fund or investment manager can be measured. Generally, broad market and market-segment stock and bond indexes are used for this purpose.
Term Of The Day Selected By
Russ Blahetka
Managing Director
Vestnomics Wealth Management, LLC
Campbell, CA
Breaking it Down:
When evaluating the performance of any investment, it's important to compare it against an appropriate benchmark. In the financial field, there are dozens of... Read More

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