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Recommendations - Recommendations for risk averse and risk seeking Investors will remain the same no matter what how long they want to invest A

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Unformatted text preview: Recommendations for risk averse and risk seeking Investors will remain the same no matter what how long they want to invest. A risk averse investor would want to go for a Large cap fund which is the least volatile of the three, They should also favor value over growth for the same reason, in the matter of assets, fees, and expense ratios non of them seem to have any bearing on investments. A risk seeking investor is pretty much the exact opposite of a risk averse person, Small cap funds are the most risky and the same goes for growth funds, and the same advice for fees, assets, and expense ratios as the risk averse investor. Before recommendations are made for risk neutral investors some facts must be presented. For the 2005 Return the top 49 funds, which have between a 15% and 25.3% return, will be looked at (Table A). First thing to look at is Large, Mid, and Small cap funds, then growth will be looked at (Table A)....
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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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Recommendations - Recommendations for risk averse and risk seeking Investors will remain the same no matter what how long they want to invest A

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