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Portfolio Investment
A portfolio investment is a hands-off or passive investment of securities in a portfolio, and it is made with the expectation of earning a return. This expected return is directly correlated with the investment's expected risk. Portfolio investment is distinct from direct investment, which involves taking a sizable stake in a target company and possibly being involved with its day-to-day management.
Term Of The Day Selected By
Peter J. Creedon
Crystal Brook Advisors
New York, NY
Breaking it Down:
Portfolio investments can span a wide range of asset classes such as stocks, government bonds, corporate bonds, Treasury bills... Read More

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