Sicherheit in unsicheren Zeiten

Küssner, Achim
October 2013
Die Bank;oct2013, Issue 10, p19
The article discusses portfolio management strategies that employ mechanisms designed to constrain investments to stay within predetermined margins of stock price volatility. Issues considered include financial risk management, the measurement of capital market trends, and financial leverage instruments.


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