Asset Allocation in the Presence of Varying Returns, Contribution Scenarios and Investment Horizons

Spitzer, John J.; Singh, Sandeep
April 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2003, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p62
Academic Journal
Provides data for physical assessment in practice by describing the leisure time activities of adolescents and determining if the activities and the metabolic equivalents of those activities differ for boys and girls. Top five activities of boys; Average metabolic equivalents for boys and girls.


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