Portfolio Management

PortfolioManagement

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PortfolioManagement

Portfoliomanagement is a centralized management method used in the controllingof the processes, methods and instruments employed in the analysisand a collective management of projects on some significantcharacteristics. The aim of this is to combine all the resources toforesee the scheduled completion of a project. This paper will focuson different papers to be used for a planned a project on theeffectiveness of portfolio management in business.

FinancialMarkets and . (2014). Retrieved March 02, 2016,from http://link.springer.com/journal/11408

Thisjournal gives an account of the theories of portfolio management. Italso indicates the uses of the theories in modern businesses andcovers some topics on financial markets. The journal will, therefore,be beneficial in the provision of approaches that will guide in theestablishment of the effects of portfolio management.

Dr.Xidonas P. (2015). International Journal of Portfolio Analysis andManagement Retrieved March 02, 2016,fromhttp://www.inderscience.com/jhome.php?jcode=ijpam

Thisjournal captures all the essential research development on portfoliomanagement hence necessary for the project. Different aspects of theeffects of portfolio management are also covered in the article.

Kramer,M. (2013). Financial Literacy, Cognitive Ability and FinancialAdvice-Seeking. SSRNElectronic Journal SSRN Journal.Retrieved March 2, 2016.

Inthis journal, the effects of intellectual ability and skill infinance on the completion of commercial projects have been discussed.The journal directly touches on the personal skills in thedevelopment and management of a portfolio thus useful for the study.

Reilly,F. K., &amp Brown, K. C. (1997). Investmentanalysis and portfolio management.Fort Worth, TX: Dryden Press.

Thesecond chapter of this book focuses on the essential decisions onasset allocation and includes portfolio management as one of themajor steps in investment. The chapter also majors on the differentfactors that influence the development of an investor’s portfolioand the outcome of the same.

Swensen,D. F. (2005). UnconventionalSuccess: a fundamental approach towards personal investment.New York: Free Press.

Inhis book, Swensen (2005) speaks of on how individuals should controltheir financial destinies. In the book, Swensen develops a portfoliothat is make up of six major asset class allocations which hesupports on their benefits towards a successful business entity. Ananalysis of his portfolio will be focused on in the paper.

References

FinancialMarkets and . (2014). Retrieved March 02, 2016,from http://link.springer.com/journal/11408

Dr.Xidonas P. (2015). International Journal of Portfolio Analysis andManagement … Retrieved March 02, 2016, fromhttp://www.inderscience.com/jhome.php?jcode=ijpam

Kramer,M. (2013). Financial Literacy, Cognitive Ability and FinancialAdvice-Seeking. SSRNElectronic Journal SSRN Journal.Retrieved March 2, 2016.

Reilly,F. K., &amp Brown, K. C. (1997). Investmentanalysis and portfolio management.Fort Worth, TX: Dryden Press.

Swensen,D. F. (2005). Unconventionalsuccess: A fundamental approach to personal investment.New York: Free Press.