True Risk

Harrison III, Walter F.
June 2003
Financial Planning;Jun2003, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p125
Presents strategies in reducing selection risk in client portfolios. Pointers in assessing the value of a stock; Considerations in buying a stock; Questions to ask in evaluating a money manager's performance.


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