Hogan, Paula H.
January 1994
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan1994, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p35
Academic Journal
Advances in portfolio theory are creating new investment opportunities for retail customers. This article reviews the key ideas of modern portfolio theory and their effect on the retail investment industry. It concludes by showing how practitioners can incorporate modern ideas of investment management into client portfolios and thus produce portfolios consistent with current investment knowledge.


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