BULLS & BEARS: How managing investments works from the top down

Another variation of the asset allocation and diversification theme that is common on Wall Street is what's called a "topdown" investment strategy to manage a portfolio. Investors who practice this sort of money management are generally more concerned with the economic outlook and its effect on various "market sectors" than the business fundamentals of a particular company. The Standard & Poor's 500 index is the most commonly used measuring stick for the investment performance of many mutual funds and money...

 

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