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Recommendatio2 - Recommendations Due to the lack of notable...

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Recommendations Due to the lack of notable variation in terms of risk per return over the different time periods, recommendations for risk averse and risk seeking investors remain constant, regardless of the period of investment. A risk averse investor should pursue a small cap fund due to the low level of risk per dollar of expected return, they should also favor value over growth for the same reason ( Table 3? ). In terms of assets, fees, and annual operating expenses divided by average annual net assets, none of these seem to have much bearing on an investment’s degree of risk or expected return. A risk seeking investor will be looking for the highest degree of relative risk: namely, large cap, growth objective funds, which offer the highest degree of risk per dollar of expected return and so would be considered optimal for this type of investor. As above, neither fees and assets, nor annual operating expenses divided by average annual net assets really seem to select for this category. ( Table 1?
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course NOT 001 taught by Professor Notaprofessor during the Spring '08 term at N. Arizona.

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